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ANTS first attempt at conditioning the air was made in heating the 
air. Little attention has been paid to the condition of air in homes 
during winter, as long as the air was sufficiently warm. 

As heating methods improved, sanitation standards advanced, and as medical 
science progressed, sickness and disease during the winter months — the 
heating season — instead of decreasing, have increased at an alarming rate. 

This has led to the conclusion which practically everyone suspected: Namely, 
that the dried out, stagnant atmosphere of American homes was dangerously 
unhealthful. And that heating the home also played a minor part in making 
it a comfortable, invigorating, inviting place in which to spend 80% of our lives. 

This condition evidences the need for a radical change in heating methods. 
And with the requirements definitely known, science and engineering have 
collaborated to supply them with the Air Conditioning System which creates 
an ideal atmosphere in the home. The Air Conditioning System differs from 
the old fashioned heating plant just as the balmy climate of Southern Florida 
and Southern California differs from the dry, burning weather of the equator. 

The Same Air Conditioning System that safeguards health in the winter can be 
equally useful in the summer. For it can cool the air and remove the excessive 
humidity. On oppressive days and nights it can automatically maintain the 
temperature which you find most comfortable. 

There is no longer any need to go south in the winter and to the mountains or 
shore in the summer — with the modern Air Conditioning System creating a 
Mountain-Fresh, Ocean-Bathed Climate at home, 




THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY 



E L Y R I A, OHIO 



A DIVISION OF 



MERICAN 



T A N D A R D 



RADIATOR O SANITARY 

CORPORATION 



AIR CONDITIONING UNIT 




>^yjlR CONDITIONING is the science of du- 
f /§' plicating in the home a healthful, wholesome 
I atmosphere. It recognizes that dry heat, 
stagnant and polluted air, in winter — and 
sweltering weather in summer — is not a fit substitute 
for an ideal atmosphere. This modern system com- 
pletely conditions the air by: 

1. Warming it to the proper temperature in 
winter; 

2. Humidifying it to the proper degree in winter; 

3. Filtering out dirt, dust, bacteria and foreign 
matter, the year 'round; 

4. Circulating the air, providing healthful venti- 
lation the year 'round; 

5. Cooling the air in summer; 

6. Dehumidifying the air in summer. 

Winter Air Conditioning is vital to good health. 
Summer Air Conditioning, while required for a 



shorter period in most sections, is highly desirable. 

To obtain a climate as perfect as that which you can 
enjoy in an Air Conditioned home, you must journey 
to a very few select places which nature has seen fit 
to favor particularly, and at which congregate those 
who can afford to leave behind the discomforts of 
disagreeable climatic conditions. 
In only one respect is there any similarity between 
heating systems and Air Conditioning. Both supply 
heating. It is beyond the ability of the heating sys- 
tem to do anything to make the air, to which you 
owe your continued existence, moist, pure, clean and 
stimulating during the winter season. 

Nothing in life is as important as the air that sur- 
rounds us. 60% of our energy comes from the air, 40% 
from food and drink The average person inhales 35 
pounds of air each day, or about 5 times the weight of 
food and water consumed. 



Page One 



COMFORTABLE WARMTH 



I N 



I N 



WINTER 



CHE first requirement for a perfect climate is 
delightful warmth — warmth that soothes 
and caresses you. And this is the kind of 
warmth that you can expect with the Sun- 
beam Air Conditioning System. It circulates the air so 
gently through the registers into each and every room 
that you are unaware of its entrance. But you are 
conscious of one thing — that you have never spent a 
winter so comfortably. 

Part of this comfortable feeling is due to the purity 
of the air and its refreshing moistness. Part is due to 
uniform distribution of the warmth. Much of the 
comfortable feeling, however, is due to the lower 



temperature you can maintain in the air condi- 
tioned home. You need not maintain a high tem- 
perature, to which you have been accustomed, and 
which has a weakening and irritating effect on the 
human system. 

To the thrifty, the comfortable heating of the Sunbeam 
Air Conditioning System has a special appeal. You 
burn less fuel when you can maintain a lower tem- 
perature. A Sunbeam Air Conditioning System is 
not a luxury. On the contrary, it is difficult to name 
anything that is more of a necessity, especially in a 
home with babies, little children, or where any mem- 
ber of the family is not in the best of health. 




Page Two 



THE CONDITIONED AIR If 



POSITIVELY 



TO EVERY ROOM! 




if hall 



s are 



If you have had experience with any 
rooms that "just could not be heated 
on cold days or when a strong wind 
was blowing/' you will certainly enjoy 
the Sunbeam Air Conditioning System. 
If some of the bedrooms are chilly 
drafty — if half of the living room is warm and the 
other half cool — if the bathrooms are not the warm- 
est rooms in the house, it will be difficult for you to 
realize the transformation that the Sunbeam will make. 
The electric blower positively forces the conditioned 
air to every corner of every room without fail, in spite 
of zero weather and penetrating winds. 



Above is the electrically driven 
blower which delivers the con- 
ditioned air, under pressure, in- 
stantly and uniformly to every room 
in the house. 



Localized Temperature Control- 
Where it is desirable, temperature 
may be automatically regulated from 
two, three or more different sections 
in the Sunbeam Air Conditioned resi- 
dence, by placing thermostats in rooms located in each 
section of the house. Thus, if one room, a solarium for 
example, or one wing of a large, rambling house cools 
more quickly because of greater exposure, or high wind 
velocities, Sunbeam Localized Temperature Control 
permits the delivery of conditioned air to maintain 
the proper temperature in this room or section, without 
overheating the balance of the house and wasting fuel. 



Page Three 



BREATHE 



HUMIDIFIED AIR 




During your stay at the seashore, in 
the mountains, in the pine woods, 
your greatest enjoyment comes 
from breathing deep drafts of the 
fresh, moist, fragrant air. How good 
it feels. What a pleasant sensation 
as it fills your lungs. Makes you sleep more soundly. 
Gives you a better appetite. Soothes tense nerves. 
Restores your energy. 

Did the air in your home on any winter day ever 
give you the same sensation? The reason it did not, is 
that the air in your home probably has a lower relative 
humidity, than the air in Death Valley. 

Cold air can hold practically no moisture. Warm 
air can hold — and should have — considerable 
moisture. Nature increases the moisture content 



Humidity is regulated automatically 
by a room control instrument. Water 
sprays are so located that the moisture 
is equally distributed and completely 
absorbed by the air. This humidifier 
has the capacity to maintain the 
correct relative humidity during the 
heating season in any climate. 



of the air in the summer months. 
But when air is heated artificially, 
moisture must be added. 



The correct relative humidity (air 
saturated with moisture has a relative 
humidity of 100%) has been found 
to be between 40% and 55%. The relative humidity 
in the average home in weather 20° above zero is be- 
tween 1 0% and 25%. This thirsty air extracts moisture 
from our bodies, dries out the mucous membranes of 
the nose and throat, and makes respiratory diseases 
so prevalent. Each winter day, depending on the size 
of your home, 5 to 25 gallons of water should be 
added to the air. Moist air preserves furniture, wood 
work, paintings, musical instruments, antiques, objects 
of art and plants, as well as your health. 



Page Four 



YOU BREATHE 





C7 /Oil know that there is a large amount of dirt 
m t and soot in the air because you see it, because 
^/ it necessitates extra work. You are continually 
dusting. Measurements have shown that one to 

five tons of soot are deposited daily in an average city 

for every square mile of area. Every housewife knows 

the external effect of dust-laden air. 

The internal effects are more serious. You breathe, each 
day, more than 400 cubic feet of air. Estimate the amount 
of polluted foreign matter suspended in the air, which 
has gained entrance to your 
lungs. This foreign matter in- 
cludes bacteria and germs, which 
attach themselves to dust parti- 
cles. Medical authorities realize 
how dangerous this has become. 
Dr. Bundesen, Health Com- 
missioner of Chicago, states 
that 60% more people are 
dying from respiratory ailments 

caused by contaminated air, than all other diseases. 

Meats and foods are inspected; milk is pasteurized; 
water is filtered for your protection. Now the Sunbeam 
Air Conditioning Unit purifies the air you breathe. When 
the air passes through the system, every few minutes, 
filters remove at least 90% of suspended matter. The 
conditioned air is free from dust, soot and germ colonies. 
And if you suffer from hay fever or asthma, you will be 
pleased to know that Sunbeam Conditioned Air is vir- 
tually devoid of pollen and other protein impurities which 
cause and aggravate these maladies. 



Notice the difference between 
an air conditioned room and an 
ordinary room. A shaft of sun- 
light will show you thousands 
of particles suspended in air that 
is not conditioned. 

Opposite is a section of a clean 
filter. Alongside is the same 
filter after a few months in serv- 
ice . Dirt, germs and pollen in 
the air that enters into your 
home are eliminated immediately 
before the air is distributed. 



A I R 




t 



Page Fl ve 



AN AIR CONDITIONED 



HOME 



I f 




f j \ O you become drowsy and tired in the 
m m evening and lose your energy after sitting 
^■^^ around for a short period? Lack of ventila- 
tion is one of the causes for this feeling. In spring 
and summer when windows and doors are open and 
the air circulates freely through the house, you 
don't have that oppressed feeling every evening. 

In building or buying a home most people plan or 
seek one with "through ventilation" when the win- 
dows are open. This is fine. But during the heating 
season with windows tightly closed to keep out the 
cold, there is no ventilation. And it is during the 
winter months that you have your greatest need for it! 

Ventilation is demanded by law, in schools, theatres, 
and public buildings. You have often seen the grilles 



and registers through which the air is changed. The 
Sunbeam has the same equipment (smaller in size) for 
providing ventilation, that you find in large buildings. 
It gives you a change of air every 10 to 15 minutes. 

The outside air which filters into the home around 
windows and doors is immediately drawn into the 
system through recirculating grilles. As it is condi- 
tioned, it circulates through the warm air or discharge 
registers. In the average house a sufficient amount of 
outside air enters by infiltration each hour to displace 
and expel all the "inside" air. This outside air is only 
valuable if it is circulated throughout the house. 

Any air containing odors, as is often the case in 
kitchens or other rooms, can be conveniently vented 
or discharged out-of-doors. 





A Warm Ait Register 

Air circulating through these regis- 
ters duplicates the ventilation ob- 
tained in large public buildings. 
Registers and grilles can be installed 
in baseboards, or walls, and can 
be finished to harmonize. They do 
not deprive you of any Floor space, 
nor do they interfere with the most 
artistic arrangement of your furniture- 

A Recirculating Grille 




Page Six 



(^oc£ c //c, 



YOU ENJOY A f y OtrC rf'T(rt1s€& ON HOT 



SUMMER DAYS AND SWELTERING NIGHTS 



/ §/4 /HAT would you give for relief from the 
I M X heat, on a blistering summer day or a 
*s V stifling summer night? When you are 
drenched with perspiration? When you cannot 
sleep? Jumping into the car and joining a motor- 
ing procession on hot pavements, reeking with 
gasoline fumes and carbon monoxide exhaust gases, 
is no relief. Plunging into ocean, lake or river cools 
you temporarily, but increases discomfort afterwards. 

The Sunbeam Air Conditioning System offers you 
perfect relief! Immediate relief! 
Permanent relief! A refrigerat- 
ing machine of the type shown 
opposite can be connected to the 
Sunbeam . In the Summer, the tem - 
perature of the air is lowered as 
it passes over cooling coils. The 
cooling coils which are located 
in a special compartment, are 




connected to the refrigerating unit. As the tem- 
perature of the air drops, moisture is precipitated 
from it, thereby reducing the high relative humidity 
which generally obtains in hot weather. 

The thermostat will regulate the cooling operation of 
the system and will maintain the degree of temperature 
that you find most agreeable. The cooling plant is 
simple in construction and operation. It is no more 
complicated than the equipment that you now have 
with your household electric refrigerator. 

You can install the refrigerating 
unitwhen you purchase yourSun- 
beam Air Conditioning System 
— or later. It is immaterial when 
you do it. The same ducts and 
registers which carry the warm, 
filtered, conditioned air in win- 
ter, are used for the cool, fil- 
tered, conditioned air in summer. 



The Refrigerating Unit for cooling and 
dehumidifying the air in hot weather 



Page Seven 



SUNBEAM 



6$Zl4Jt4>l£*V4f AIR CONDITIONING UNIT 




This Sunbeam Air Conditioning Unit has been designed to burn oil exclusively. With its two-tone green enamel 
finish, graceful proportions, and rounded corners, it makes an unusually attractive addition to any basement. 



THERMOSTAT 

Room temperatures are automatic- 
ally resulated by one, or more, 
thermostats. In winter, the ther- 
mostat sets the unit in operation 
when temperature drops below 
a predetermined temperature, 70° 
For example. Summer temperatures 
can also be regulated by thermo- 
stat. 




HUMIDISTAT 

This instrument is located in one 
of the living rooms and controls 
the spray humidifier. The Humidi- 
stat automatically regulates relative 
humidity in the home just as the 
thermostat automatically regulates 
temperature. 



BLOWER SWITCH AND 
LIMIT CONTROL 

Instruments of this type prevent 
blower from operating until after 
conditioned air has been heated 
to blower switch setting. No 
cool air can be circulated during 
heating season. Also act as a 
safety device and shut off heat 
supply if temperature rises above 
limit control setting. 



Page Eight 



HOW THE 



UNIT FUNCTIONS 




This cutaway illustration shows the interior construction of the Sunbeam Oil Burning Air Conditioning Unit 

The air is drawn in the Sunbeam through the Return the distributing ducts which lead to each room. 

Air Duct. The filters through which it passes remove the When refrigerating equipment is used with the sys- 

dirt, soot and germs before the electric blower forces tern, the cooling coils can be placed in a special 

it into the heating chamber, where it is warmed. The compartment behind the blower and filter compart- 

air now cleansed and heated, obtains the proper ment. The compressor can be placed anywhere in the 

amount of moisture from the Humidifier, located heater room or basement. In summer, the heating ele- 

at the top of heating element, before it passes into ment and humidifier are not in operation. 



Page Nine 



THE SUNBEAM 6AS FIRED 



UNIT 




(Designed for Gas Exclusively) 

In the Sunbeam Air Conditioning Unit, handsome appearance is combined with ingenious design. The exterior 
is pleasingly finished in a two-tone green baked enamel which retains its attractive appearance indefinitely. 




THERMOSTAT 

Room temperatures are automatic- 
ally regulated by one, or more, 
thermostats. In winter, the thermo- 
stat sets the unit in operation 
when temperature drops below 
a predetermined temperature, 70° 
for example. Summer temperatures 
can also be regulated by thermo- 
stat. 




HUMIDISTAT 

This instrument is located in one 
of the living rooms and controls 
the spray humidifier. The Humidi- 
stat automatically regulates relative 
humidity in the home just as the 
thermostat automatically regulates 
temperature. 




BLOWER SWITCH AND 
LIMIT CONTROL 

Instruments of this type prevent 
blower from operating until after 
conditioned air has been heated 
to blower switch setting. No 
cool air can be circulated during 
heating season. Also act as a 
safety device and shut off heat 
supply if temperature rises above 
limit control setting. 



Page Ten 



HOW THE fU H B E A M 



THE AIR 




The illustration shows the Cool Burning Model furnished in red and black crystalline baked enamel 



This Unit operates identically with the other Sunbeam 
types. Air is drawn in through the recirculating 
duct, is cleaned by the filters, forced into heating com- 
partment, moistened by the humidifier and finally 
passes through the conditioned air ducts and registers. 
Where a high calibre air conditioner at a surprisingly 



low price is desired, the Coal Burning Sunbeam, shown 
above, fills the requirement perfectly. It is furnished 
with the same blower, filter, humidifying and control 
equipment used in the other Units shown in this book. 
STOKER-FIRED MODEL: The type of Sunbeam air condi- 
tioner shown above is also made in a stoker-fired model. 



Page Eleven 



HOW THE CONDITIONED AIR If 




THROUGH YOUR HOME 



HE Sunbeam Air Conditioning System 
places nothing complicated in your base- 
ment; nothing difficult to understand; noth- 
ing that requires special knowledge. There is only 
the unit itself and the ducts or pipes shown in the 
illustration on this page. There is nothing to get 
out of order or cause trouble. 

The air is delivered under pressure which makes it 
possible to use small ducts, pipes and registers. In 



replacing a furnace system this higher velocity enables 
the Sunbeam Heating Contractor to utilize the present 
runs which would have insufficient capacity without 
the forcing action of the blower. 

The Sunbeam can be placed anywhere in the base- 
ment; in the center, at one end, or in a corner out of 
the way. The ducts can be, and generally are, con- 
cealed by a ceiling in the basement. There need be 
no visible evidence of the Air Conditioning System 
in the basement, outside of the heater room. 




Page Twelve 



THE MOST POPULAR ROOM IN THE HOME 



The possibilities of the basement are unlimited with 
Air Conditioning. The Unit is out of the way in a 
space that can be utilized in no other manner. The 
flat, compact air ducts are placed above the ceiling 
out of sight. And this valuable space becomes what- 
ever you want it to be. A play room for the youngsters. 



A gymnasium. Dance hall. Card room. Billiard room. 
Or just a general assembly room and recreation center. 
With the Sunbeam, this recreation center can be kept 
as spotless and as sanitary as any other rooms. And 
it will be thoroughly ventilated and air conditioned 
like the rest of the house. 



Pa^e Thirteen 



014 CAN AFFORD THE 



SUNBEAM AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM 





Nearly everyone, when they learn about Air Conditioning, remarks 
that it is a much needed development and must be costly. Since the 
Sunbeam has been introduced, residential Air Conditioning is no 
longer expensive. The resources, purchasing ability and manufacturing 
facilities of the world's largest makers of heating equipment, bring this 
equipment within the purchasing reach 
of virtually every home owner who 
appreciates the advantages of Custom 
Made Climate at home. 

In many homes the initial cost of a 
new Sunbeam — without the cooling 
equipment — will be about the same 
or a few dollars higher than that of a 
good heating system, properly installed. 



In certain homes above average in size and 
now equipped with furnaces, Air Condition- 
ing may be lower in price. The Sunbeam 
Heating Contractor in your neighborhood or 
community will gladly study your require- 
ments and submit plans and give you a 
definite quotation. 

You are not being fair to yourself and your 
budget of expenditures, if your comparison 

stops with the initial costs. For when you take into consideration the 
saving in fuel, doctor, medicine, cleaning and decorating bills — and 
the loss of income when incapacitated by winter illness — each year 
and every year that you enjoy Sunbeam Air Conditioning, you will 
discover that it is the most economical innovation that has yet been 
presented to home owners anywhere. 




Page Sixteen 



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THE FOX FURNACE CO. 
ELYRIA, OHIO 

Gentlemen: 



□ Will you have one of your representatives tell us 
more about Sunbeam Air Conditioning? 

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cost estimates and plans for Air Conditioning our 
new home, without obligation or cost to us? 

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THE ORGANIZATION BEHIND THE SUNBEAM 
AIR CONDITIONING UNIT 

OU can select this most modern of systems with a sense of deep security because 
of the reputation, experience and responsibility of the organization behind it, 
which has played a leading role in every new development in the science and 
progress of heating. 

The heating contractor who sells and installs this equipment is a member of your com- 
munity, an independent, local businessman. He is well qualified by training and experience 
to make an installation to your perfect satisfaction. He has at his disposal the services of 
a staff of heating and air conditioning engineers at the factory. These Engineers are ready 
at all times to advise and assist Sunbeam Contractors and are prepared, wherever advisable, 
to plan and design the installation of the Air Conditioning System. 

All Sunbeam Systems are suitable for small schools, churches, stores, and other buildings 
whose requirements are within the capacities of this equipment. 

THE FOX FURNACE CO*, ELYRIA/ OHIO 

A DIVISION OF AMERICAN RADIATOR 6- STANDARD SANITARY CORPORATION 




SUNBEAM 

AIR CONDITIONING UNIT 



BUSINESS REPLY CARD 

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FIRST CLASS 
PERMIT No. 46 

Sec. 384' P.L.&R. 

ELYRIA, OHIO 



2c - POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY 

THE FOX FURNACE CO. 

ELYRIA, OHIO 



THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY, ELYRIA, OHIO 



SUNBEAM COOLING EQUIPMENT 

For Use with Sunbeam WINTER Air Conditioning Systems 



SUNBEAM CONDENSING UNITS 




The No. W-200 Sunbeam Condensing Unit. Capacity, 2 tons. 

Condensing Unit consists of complete assembly, and includes the base, motor, compressor 
with all valves, condenser, receiver, V-belt drive, guard, dual control, and starter switch. 

SPECIFICATIONS 



COMPRESSOR — 2 -Cylinder, vertical, reciprocating, valve-in- 
head, single-acting. Suction and discharge valves are of im- 
proved design and high operating efficiency. Suction and dis- 
charge valves located in valve plate. 

CYLINDER BODY — Cast semi-steel with finned cylinder 
body^and water-cooled head. 

SERVICE VALVES— Located on side of cylinder. Drop forged 
brass, two-way shut-off with gauge connections. Suction — 
Drop forged brass, seal cap, two-way shut-off with gauge con- 
nections. 1" hard drawn fitting. 

COMPRESSOR SEAL— Bellows and lubricated ring type. 
Patented features provide pressure variation and insure serv- 
ice-free operation. 

CRANKSHAFT -Extra heavy counter-balanced drop forged 
steel with ground and lapped bearing surfaces. 

PISTONS — High gradejcast iron, accurately machined, three 
rings per piston. 

CONNECTING ROD— Drop forged steel. 

LUBRICATION — Crankshaft revolves in a bath of oil, sup- 
plying lubrication to all bearings, seal and cylinder wall. A 
permanent supply of special refrigeration oil is charged into 
the compressor at the factory. Visible oil level sight is provided 
in crankcase wall. 

DRIVE— Consult specification Data Table for particular ap- 
plication. 



MOTOR — This motor is especially designed for refrigeration 
duty, and is built to give high starting torque with low starting 
and operating power consumption. Motor bearings are well 
lubricated with an ample supply of wool yarn packing. 

Standard motors are A.C. 110/220 Volt, 60 Cycle, Single Phase, 
Repulsion-induction, except 5 H.P. motor, which is 220/440 
Volt, Three Phase. 

CONDENSER — Water-cooled, double copper tube, high ve- 
locity counter-flow type resulting in low condensing pressure 
and very low liquid temperature. 

LIQUID RECEIVER — Horizontal, seamless steel shell con- 
struction with spun ends and fusible safety plug. Consult 
Engineering Data Table for capacity. 

DUAL CONTROL — Low pressure control with adjustable high 
pressure cut-out. 

BASE — Heavy cast-iron construction with adjustable motor 
plates. 

LIQUID LINE STRAINER— Remote type— furnished with 
unit to be installed in liquid line. S.A.E. flared connections. 

REFRIGERANT— Units are charged with Freon. 

FINISH — All surfaces are specially treated to resist corrosion, 
etc. The compressor and base are finished in black enamel, 
and the condenser assembly is lacquered in bronze. 



THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY • ELYRIA, OHIO 

A DIVISION OF AMERICAN RADIATOR & STANDARD SANITARY CORPORATION 



SPECIFICATION DATA TABLE 



Model Number W-100 W-150 W-200 W-300 W-500 







water 


water 


Water 


Water 


KiVp nf "Motor T-T P 


1 




9 




5 


f^/^*Y\*^T*^oe^\t* QnAPn- iVrt 


9fifl 


5tf| 

olU 


420 


395 


400 


T~^i cr^il ofpm pn t ("Ni T?1~ ! T-Tt- 


917 


olu 


4,3 U 


608 


1038 


Mn of Pnm nrp^Qpir OvlinHpr^ 


9 




9 


Q 

a 


a 


Bnrp nf Cvlindpr^ In 


21/ 






9^ 






3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


FIvwIippI — Onr^iHp T")iflmpf"pr Tn 


16 


1 D 


1 fi 
1 u 


1^7 


1 C 7 


Pulley — Outside Diameter In 


2 


93 £ 
8 


^716 




*+78 


I^otor Shaft Diameter In 




I 




i 
1 


1 1/^ 


Number of "V" Belts 


2 


2 


2 


2 


4 






2083 


2083 


40580 


40580 










nn 1 / 

92;^ 




f9Aft*tflWf*o¥t$ < n Qrap FrpAti T .r*Q 


1 7 


1 9 


1 9 




5 


Receiver Pump-down Capacity—Lbs 


22.0 


22.0 


22.0 


40.0 


40 


Rpr"plvpr TJnuifl Ontlpf" VsiIvp 


3%" <5AF 


t^" <3AF 




5y£" CAT? 


5/ " C A C 

7g SmU£ 


Receiver Liquid Inlet Valve 


3 %" SAF 




1^" «2AF 


5/<" GAIT 


5Z" QAT7 
78 oAJl 


Fusible Pluff 


3^" p; nP 


3%" pirtp 
/8 ripe 


/8 ripe 


78 ripe 


78 ripe 
















SAE 


Ji" H.D. 


1" H.D. 


1" H.D. 


1" H.D. 


Oil Charge in Compressor Pts 









m 


m 















WOIlUCIlolIlg VV dLCl • 
















3/£" p;^ 
/8 ripe 


78 ripe 


3Z" td;_. „ 
78 ripe 


72 ripe 




^" Pipe 


V%" Pipe 


Ts" Pipe 


Pipe 


H" Pipe 




^'Pipe 


Pipe 


7*"' Pipe 


W Pipe 


J^" Pipe 




(Penn) 


(Penn) 


(Penn) 


(Penn) 


(Penn) 


Condensing Unit Dimensions: — 










38^ 




38^ 


52^ 


52K 


Width Overall, In 


24M 


26 


26 


24% 


24^ 




29M 


30 


30 


323^ 


33 




535 


556 


566 


780 


890 



CAPACITIES ... All Ratings Based on A. S. R. E. Standards 



Model No. 



Suction Suction 
Temp. Pressure 
Deg. F. Lb./Sq. In. 



Capacity Rating in BTU/Hr. 
Temp, of Condensing Medium 



Power Consumption in KWH/Hr. 
Temp, of Condensing Medium 



70° 



80° 



90° 



70° 



80° 



90° 



W-100. 



30 
35 
40 



28.5 
32.6 
37.0 



11000 
12300 
13600 



10400 
11600 
12800 



9850 
10900 
12000 



1.105 
1.140 
1.170 



1.185 
1.230 
1.275 



1.263 
1.325 
1.380 



W-150 30 28.5 17000 16250 15375 1.590 1.700 1.820 

35 32.6 18600 17875 16850 1.640 1.770 1.900 

40 37.0 20300 19500 18250 1.690 1.840 1.980 



W-200 30 28.5 22000 20850 19800 2.210 2.360 2.515 

35 32.6 23750 22500 21400 2.290 2.460 2.640 

40 37.0 25650 24300 23100 2.375 2.560 2.765 



W-300 30 28.5 29700 27800 25500 2.910 3.100 3.320 

35 32.6 32500 30750 28400 3.070 3.285 3.525 

40 37.0 35500 33750 31250 3.200 3.460 3.720 



W-500..... 30 28.5 51200 48000 44300 4.500 4.770 5.050 

35 32.6 56500 53000 49200 4.700 5.000 5.300 

40 37.0 62000 58000 54000 4.900 5.250 5.550 



SUNBEAM COOLING COILS 

For Use with Sunbeam Condensing Units 




SUNBEAM Cooling Coils are specially designed to efficiently and economically cool and dehumidify the air 
in summer, using Freon as the refrigerant. They are carefully proportioned to provide maximum heat transfer 
from the air to the coil and to discharge the air at uniform temperatures. The increase in resistance set up by 
these coils is kept to a minimum by their superior design and construction. 

The coils are made with %" O.D. Copper tubing having a tube spacing of \y s " and 6 copper fins per inch. 
Tube holes are flanged to provide a greater area of fin contact on the tube. The tubes are pressed through the 
fin to provide an extremely tight and efficient fit at each fin. All units are thoroughly cleaned and dipped in a 
solder bath having a high tin content to insure a thermal bond between the fin and tube that will not be affected 
by expansion or contraction due to temperature changes during operation. 

The coils are to be operated horizontally and are arranged with the expansion valve discharging to the 
lower header. The Freon refrigerant is distributed through a multi-pass arrangement of %" O.D. tubes to pro- 
vide uniform temperature across the face of the coil and a low pressure drop. 

CAPACITIES AND DIMENSIONS 

Approximate 

[Approximate No. of Resistance at 



No. Tonnage Width "Length Depth Rows 400 F.P.M. 

100 1 6j/£" 30" 4^" 3 .12 

150 1>2 30" 3 .12 

200 2 1W 30" 6^" 4 .15 

300 3 IIM" 42" 6^" 4 .15 

J500 5 W 48" 63^" 4 .15 

16M" 42" 6V 2 " 4 .15 



fFor actual capacity refer to Capacity Table page 2 opposite. 
*Add 5" to above length for length overall which includes headers. 

t Coils of two different face areas are available so that a coil, that conforms to the dimensions of the duct Leading to the Return Air 
Intake of the Sunbeam Winter Air Conditioning Unit, can be selected. 



SUNBEAM COOLING EQUIPMENT 

INSTALLATION OF COOLING COILS 



(Duct for Housing Coil is Fabricated by Installer) 




VENTI LATING DUCT51ZE, 
TO BE AS SPECIFIED ON 
PLANS 



"RETURN RiR PLENUM 



THIS DUCT TOBE 
5 AM E WIDTH AS 
BLOWER COMPARTMENT 



ffiovPr 7 



OUTSIDE (K I R- DUCT FOR 
NIGHT COOLING AS 
SPLCintD ON PLANS. 



CONDENSATION DRAIN- 
(TO SEWLR ) 




THISDUCT TO CONFORM 
TO SIZE OFCOOLING 
COIL ^BLOWER 
/COMPARTMENT AIR 
INTAKE OPENINi 




24 OR MORE- 
TOR RE MO VAL OF 
FILTERS. 



-ANGLE IRON STAND 



DAMPER TO BE 
CLOSED IN SUMMER 
OPEN JN WINTER 



B LOWER. 
COMPARTMENT 



^ARM AIR 
PLENUM 



HEAT I NG 
COMPARTMENT 



The sketch above shows the cooling coils located in a special duct fitting, in the rear or side of the blower compartment, which is 
connected to the main return air duct. By closing the damper, the air is diverted through this special duct fitting and coil in the sum- 
mer. For winter operation, the damper is opened, in which event the air by-passes the cooling coil. In both summer and winter the 
air is drawn into the Blower Compartment from which it is discharged into the Heating Compartment (which is not under fire in sum- 
mer), and then passes upward into the Supply (Warm Air) Plenum and Supply (Warm Air) ducts. 

In summer, filters should be installed ahead of the Coil, as shown on the sketch. A pipe, for carrying condensed moisture to the 
drain as shown on sketch, must also be installed. 

IN CALCULATING COOLING REQUIREMENTS 

Several factors affect the cooling requirements of a residence, which do not enter into the calculation of heating requirements. 
In figuring cooling requirements the construction and area of walls and roofs, and the amount of glass and doors in outside walls, must 
be figured, and in addition, calculations depend on the factors listed below: 

1. What direction does the house face? 

2. What is outside dry bulb and wet bulb temperature in summer? 

3. Are windows equipped with awnings? 

4. Are they shielded from sun by trees or other buildings? 

5. How many people should be provided for? 

6. Will electric lights be on during the day? 

7. Will more than a normal amount of outside air (10%) bejjrequired for ventilation? 

8. Is the attic ventilated? 

9. Which rooms^are to be cooled? 



THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY • ELYRIA, OHIO 

A DIVISION OF AMERICAN RADIATOR & STANDARD SANITARY CORPORATION 



SUNBEAM 

AIR CONDITIONING UNIT 

Steals IN WINTER . . Cools IN SUMMER 



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Printed in U. S. A. 



Simplified Gravity Register Stock Recommended 
by The Fox Furnace Company 
and Carried in Stock at Elyria, Ohio 



No. 130 Cold Air Faces 





























































































































































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No. 31 Floor Registers with Multiple Valves 




For Hound 
Pipe 


Standard 
Package 
Quantity 


Face Size 
Floor Opening 
Inches 


Open Area 
Square 
Inches 


List Prices 


For Round 
Pipe 


Standard 
Package 
Quantity 


Floor 
Opening 
Size Inches 


Open Area 
Sq. Inches 


List Prices 


Black 
Japan 


Golden 
Oak 


Black 
Japan 


Golden 
Oak 


14" 


12 


8x24 


159 


$3.20 


$3.60 


8" 


10 


8x10 


55 


$1.70 


$1.85 


16" 


12 


10x24 


201 


3.40 


3.80 


8" 


10 


8x12 


67 


1.90 


2.05 


16" 


12 


8x30 


201 


3.60 


4.05 


9" 


10 


9x12 


76 


2.15 


2.35 


18" 


12 


10x30 . 


254 


3.75 


4.20 


10" 


8 


10x12 


85 


2.40 


2.60 


18" 


12 


12x30 


301 


4.00 


4.50 


12" 


6 


12x14 


121 


4.25 


4.55 


20" 


12 


14x30 


354 


4.60 


5.15 


14" 


4 


14x16 


163 


6.85 


7.20 


22" 


12 


16x30 


407 


5.50 


6.15 















No. MT Baseboard Registers 
Two Piece Style, Single Valve 




No. HM Side Wall Registers 
One Piece, Single Valve 




Number 


Standard 
Package 
Quantity 


Open Area 

of Face 
Sq. Inches 


For Round 
Pipe 


List Prices 


Number 


Standard 
Package 
Quantity 


Stackhead 
Size 
Inches 


Open Area 
Square 
Inches 


List Prices 


Black 
Japan 


Antique 
Lacquer 
Bronze 


Black 
Japan 


White 
Japan 


Antique 
Lacquer 
Bronze 


10x8-2 }i 


6 


50 


8" 


$2.00 


$2.35 


10x8HM 


16 


10x8 


50 


$1.50 


$1.80 


$1.80 


12x8-2 H 


6 


63 


8" 


2.40 


2.90 


12x8HM 


16 


12x8 


63 


1.75 


2.10 


2.10 


12x9-2 M 


6 


74 


9" 


3.00 


3.50 


12x9HM 


16 


12x9 


74 


1.90 


2.30 


2.30 


12x10-3^ 


6 


83 


10" 


4.00 


4.60 
















13x1 1-5 M 


1 


100 


12" 


5.25 


6.00 
















14x12-5 M 


1 


123 


12" 


6.50 


7.50 

















SIMPLIFIED AIR CONDITIONING REGISTER STOCK RECOMMENDED BY THE FOX 
FURNACE CO. AND CARRIED IN STOCK AT ELYRIA, OHIO 



No. 311A — Adjustable Directed Air Flow Registers; the 
grille bars may be adjusted to direct the air flow to any desired 
degree to 45°, either up or down. 

No. 311 — With grille bars permanently set for straight flow. 



No. 321A — Adjustable Directed Air Flow Registers; the 
grille bars may be adjusted to direct the air flow to any desired 
degree to 45°, either right or left. 

No. 321— With grille bars permanently set for straight flow. 





Setting Frames; either WO, WX or BX setting frames, as shown below, are suitable for use with these registers. It is important that the 
style of frame desired be specified. 

REGISTERS LESS VALVES (RETURN AIR INTAKES) 

An exact match, in size and capacity, of the registers shown above except that they are without valves and lever slots. 
They should be ordered as 311 LV or 32] LV. If setting frames are desired, the style of frame should be specified. 

BASEBOARD REGISTERS WITH SIDE AND TOP PROJECTING FLANGES. Extending outward % inch from the plaster line. 

No. 311 BO, with grille bars permanently set for straight outward No. 321 BO, with grille bars permanently set for straight out- 

flow, ward flow. 




Distance from floor 
to stack head open- 
ing % inch. 



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Setting Frames; either the WO or BX setting frame, as shown below, is suitable for use with BO baseboard registers. It is important 
that the style of frame desired be specified. 

BASEBOARD RETURN AIR INTAKES (BBI) With Side and Top Projecting Flanges 

An exact match in size and capacity of the baseboard registers shown above except that they are without valves and lever slots. 
Intakes should be specified as 311BBI or 321BBI. 

They may be installed either with or without setting frames. If setting frames are desired either WO or BX frames are suitable. 
List Prices in Prime Coat Finish and Capacities of No. 311 and No. 321 Registers and Registers Less Valve. 



Size 


Free Area 
Sq. Inch 


Maximum C. F. M. Thru 


No. 311-A an 


d No. 321-A 


No. 311 and No. 321 


No. 311BO & 

No. 321BO 
with WO Frame 


♦No. 311LV & 
No. 321LV 


*No.311BBI& 
No. 321BBI 


rtegi 
at 300 FPM. 


Bter 
at 500 FPM. 


With WO 
Frame 


With WX or 
BX Frames 


With WO 
Frame 


With WX or 
BX Frames 


10x4 


21 


44 


73 


$2.95 


$3.45 


$2.45 


$2.95 


$2.75 


$1.40 


$1.70 


10x6 


36 


74 


124 


3.25 


3.80 


2.75 


3.30 


3.05 


1.55 


1.85 


10x8 


50 


104 


173 


3.55 


4.15 


2.95 


3.55 


3.30 


1.70 


2.05 


12x6 


43 


91 


151 


3.55 


4.15 


2.95 


3.55 


3.30 


1.70 


2.05 


12x8 


61 


127 


212 


3.85 


4.50 


3.25 


3.90 


3.65 


1.85 


2.25 


14x6 


51 


107 


178 


3.85 


4.50 


3.25 


3.90 


3.65 


1.85 


2.25 


14x8 


71 


149 


248 


4.15 


4.85 


3.40 


4.10 


3.85 


1.95 


2.40 


30x6 


113 


236 


393 












3.25 


3.95 



♦These are Return Air Intakes and are an exact match of the warm air registers except that they are constructed without valves 
and without the slots for valve lever. With Nos. 311 L. V. and 321 L. V, and BBT, if Setting Frames (below) are desired the list 
price of the setting frame should be added. 

SETTING FRAMES FOR WALL AND BASEBOARD REGISTERS 



For Wall or Baseboard 
Style WO 



For Wall Only 
Style WX 



For Baseboard 
Style BX 




Style WO may be installed 
either before or after lath and 
plaster. 



Standard Depth of Frame, % in. 
Style WX must be installed before lath and Style BX 

plaster. plaster. 



Standard Depth of Frame \% in 



must be installed before lath and 



List Prices on Frames Only When Purchased Separately, or if Omitted from Registers 



For Register Size 


WO 


WX or BX 


For Register Size 


WO 


WX or BX 


10x4 


$ .30 


$ .80 


12x8 


$ .40 


$1.05 


10x6 


.35 


.90 


14x6 


.40 


1.05 


10x8 


.35 


.95 


14x8 


.40 


1.10 


12x6 


.35 


.95 









Important: The style of setting frame desired should be specified on all orders. 



INDEPENDENT 



REGISTERS AND GRILLES 



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THE INDEPENDENT REGISTER CO. 

3747 EAST 93rd STREET • CLEVELAND, OHIO 



Independent "Fabrikated" Air Conditioning Registers 




REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 

"FABRIKATED" offers the advantage of more than the usual open (free) area; 
greater capacity. Small sizes may be used. The designs are unobtrusive, yet have the 
appearance of permanence so important with high class installations. 

"Fabrikated" supplies uniformity in design for use in the wall, baseboard or floor. 

"Fabrikated" Face construction differs from others. The steel outer frame is welded to 
form a solid piece and the grille is made up of steel strips set on edge which extend through 
openings in the outer frame, as illustrated. 

In registers for use in the wall or baseboard, the interior grille bars are 3^ inch in depth 
in the Nos. 300, 311, 311A, 321A, 312 and 322, and % inch deep in the Nos. 211 and 201 
designs. 




These views show the method of hanging the valves, the tension bar and 
screws, of all "Fabrikated" single valve Air Conditioning Registers. The 
valves open to full 90° and fit snugly; important features in Air Conditioning 
Registers. The tension screws may be tightened to hold the valve in any 
desired position. 

NOTE: All Air Conditioning Registers are furnished with Single Valves as shown above, unless otherwise 
specified. Registers with multiple valves as illustrated and described on page 11 can also be supplied. 



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The outer rims of "Fabrikated" Register Faces lend themselves to air tight- 
ness. Note from the illustration how the edges are turned backward providing 
space in the rims to hold a felt or asbestos packing. Or the rim may be filled 
with patching plaster or cement, thus sealing the register face to the wall. 



IMPORTANT — Before Ordering 

The line of sizes, styles and finishes of Air Conditioning Registers and Grilles is so extensive that it is not 
feasible to carry them all in stock, and it may be necessary to complete some requirements after we receive 
the order. 

We Urge That Orders for This Line Be Placed in Advance of Actual Needs. 

Information Needed to Fill Your Order 

QUANTITY: (Number pieces wanted). 

SIZE: (Duct Opening or Stack Head; Horizontal dimension first ALWAYS). 
STYLE OF SETTING FRAME: (WX, WO, WT or BX). See Page 9. 
STYLE OF DESIGN: (311A, 312, etc.). 

FINISH: (See page 29). Prime coat finish is furnished on all forced air registers and grilles if not otherwise 
specified. 

All Forced Air Registers are shipped with Single Valves, as shown on this page, unless otherwise ordered. 
If Multiple Valve Registers, as shown on page 11, are desired, please specify as illustrated and described 
on that page. (VMV or HMV style No. 1 or 2). 



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Independent "Fabricated" Registers 

REG, U. S. PAT. OFFICE 

Grille Bars Permanently Set for Straight Outward Flow 

These registers are made with the styles of setting frames described on pages 8 and 9. 
The style of frame should be specified, in ordering. 

Sizes and List Prices, Pages 24 and 25. Capacities. Page 33. 




No. 311 

Openings in Face, Iji x % inch 
Interior Bars, 3^ inch deep x .078 (14 Ga.) 
List prices, tahles E and F, page 25. 




No. 211 

Openings in Face, Y% inch wide 
Interior Bars, % inch deep x .078 (14 Ga.) 
List prices, tahles E and F, page 25 




No. 321 

Openings in Face, % inch wide 
Interior Bars, 14. inch deep x .078 (14 Ga.) 
List prices, tables E and F, page 25 




No. 201 

Openings in Face, % inch wide 
Interior Bars, % inch deep x .078 (14 Ga.) 
List prices, tables A and B„ page 24 




No. 300 

Openings in Face If! x % inch 
Interior Bars, Y2 inch deep x .078 (14 Ga.) 
List prices, tables A and B, page 24 

Registers Less Valves (Return Air Intakes) 



Often it is desired that the intakes be an exact match in size, 
and capacity, with the registers used. These can be furnished with- 



out valves and without lever slots, and should be ordered giving 
the number of the design followed by the letters LV. 
For prices, see table SV, page 30. 



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Independent "Fabrikated" Air Conditioning Registers 



REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 



No. 311-A — ADJUSTABLE DIRECTED AIR FLOW REGISTERS 
The grille bars may be adjusted to direct the air flow to any desired degree to 45°, either up or down. 
Three styles of setting frames as shown on page 8 and 9. The style of frame should be specified in ordering. 

Sizes and List Prices, Page 26, Tables J and K. Capacities, Page 33. 





No. 311 A — Showing all Grille Bars set for Straight Air Flow. 



No. 311 A— Back View, Showing Single Valve. 



The New 311A and 321A Adjustable Directed Air Flow Registers fill an ever growing need. With these registers 
the engineer is in complete control of the direction of air flow. 

The directional adjustment can be made at the time of installing and 
after the system is operating it may easily be changed at any time to make 
corrections necessary to meet unforeseen or changed conditions. 



The method of adjustment is very simple. With each order 
is included a tool for turning the grille bars. The picture 
shows the simplicity of the operation, and the ease with 
which the bars can be adjusted for any angle of deflection 
to 45°. 





Patented 



Adjusting Tool 



Size of openings in the face: ly^ x % inches. 

Interior Bars: 14 Ga. (.078) x Y 2 inch Cold Rolled Steel. 

Face Rim: Cold Rolled Steel. 



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No. 311 A — Air Flow Upward. 
Angle of deflection adjustable from straight to 45 degrees. 





No. 311 A — Air Flow Downward. 
Angle of deflection adjustable from straight to 45 degrees. 



The 311A Registers can also be furnished with either the vertical or horizontal 
Multiple Valves, as shown on page II. 

REGISTERS LESS VALVES (Return Air Intakes) 

Often it is desired that the intakes be an exact match in size, 311 A-LV, and the style of setting frame specified. (See Page 9). 

and capacity, with the registers used. These can be furnished with- For prices, see table SV, page 30. 

out valves and without lever slots, and should be ordered as No. 



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Independent "Fabricated" Air Conditioning Registers 

REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 

No. 321A — ADJUSTABLE DIRECTED AIR FLOW REGISTERS 

The grille bars may be adjusted to direct the air flow to any desired degree to 45°, either right or left. 
Three styles of setting frames as shown. The style of frame should be specified in ordering. 
Sizes and List Prices, Page 26, Tables J and K. Capacities, Page 33. 





No. 321 A — Showing All Bars Set for Straight Air Flow. 
The No. 321 A differs from the 311 A in that the adjustable 

left deflection. Prac- 
: deflection to 45°, some of 



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Grille Bars are vertical, permitting right and 
tically any combinations of right and left dene 



No. 321 A — Back View, Showing Single Valve and WO Wall Frame, 
w hich are illustrated, may he secured. 

The directional adjustment may be made at the time of installing 
or any time after the system is operating. 




Patented 



Showing the simple and easy method of adjustment. 



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A Fan Shape in Air Flow Deflection. 
Two Angles to the Left— One Straight Flow — Two Angles to the 
Right. Any combination desired can be secured. 

Size of Opening in Face: j^j inch wide. 

Interior Bars: 14 Ga. (.078) x Y 2 inch Cold Rolled Steel. 

Face Rim: Cold Rolled Steel. 





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No. 321 A — Air Flow to the Left. 
Angle of Deflection Adjustable from Straight to 45 degrees. 



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No. 321 A — Air Flow to the Right. 
Angle of deflection Adjustable from Straight to 45 degrees. 



These registers can also be furnished with either vertical or horizontal Multiple Valves, as 
shown on page 11. 

REGISTERS LESS VALVES (Return Air Intakes) 

Often it is desired that the intakes be an exact match in size. No. 321 A-LV, and the style of setting frame specified. (See Page 9.) 

and capacity, with the registers used. These can be furnished For prices, see table SV, Page 30. 



without valves and without lever slots, and should be ordered as 



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Independent "Fabrikated" Fine Mesh Registers 

REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 

No. 312 WITH DIRECTED AIR FLOW 
Sizes and List Prices, Page 27, tables N and O. Capacities, Page 33 
Furnished with any of the styles of setting frames shown on pages 8 and °. 




No. 312— With Straight Air Flow 
Openings in register face, ^ x lf$ inches. Interior Bars: Y% inch deep x .032 in. thick. 

The interior grille bars are narrower and the openings between the bars 
smaller than on the "FABRIKATED" registers shown on the previous 
pages. This results in low visibility through the faces, and fine appearance. 
The openings are "pencil proof." The interior grille bars can be supplied 
so that the air flow will be directed straight outward or at angles of 22^ 
or 45 degrees, either downward or upward, or any combination thereof. 

The Grille Bars are not adjustable as in the No. 311 -A, described on 
page 4 but are mounted at the time of manufacture, for the fixed angle of 
deflection as specified by the purchaser. 

The standard construction is with single valves as described on page 2, 
but these registers are also made with multiple valves as shown on page 11. 

With the directional effect of the register face grille bars plus the added 
directional effect of the multiple valves, the air flow direction can be con- 
trolled, both verticallv and horizontallv. 




IMPORTANT: Orders should specify the type of direc- 
tional flow desired; if not otherwise ordered, straight direc- 
tional flow will be furnished. 



No. 312— Downward Air Flow, 223^ 




Registers Less Valves (Return Air Intakes) 



Often it is desired that the intakes be an exact match 
in size, and capacity, with the registers used. These 
can be furnished without valves and without the lever 



slots, and should be ordered as No. 312-LV, and the 
style of setting frame specified (See page 9). 
For prices see table SV, page 30. 



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Independent "Fabrikated" Fine Mesh Registers 



REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 



No. 322 WITH DIRECTED AIR FLOW 

Sizes and List Prices, Page 27, tables N and O. Capacities, Page 33 
Furnished with any of the styles of setting frames shown on pages 8 and 9. 




No. 322— With Straight Air Flow 
Openings infRegister Face, & inch wide. Interior Bars, ]/ 2 inch deep x .032 in. thick 
This design is similar to the No. 312 shown on the opposite page 
but permits the air flow to be directed to the right and left, or in 
combinations, or groupings of deflections desired. Like the No. 312 
registers, these angles of deflection are fixed at time of manufac- 
ture and are not adjustable after the registers are installed. 



The standard construction is with single valves as described on 
page 2 but this register may be used in connection with the Mul- 
tiple Valves as shown on page 11 and in this manner the air flow 
can be controlled both verticallv and horizontals. 




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Air Flow can be All to the Right or All to the Left. 




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Deflection to the Right and Left in angles of 
either 22 or 45 degrees. 

Showing a few of the combinations possible for Directed Air Flow. 



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Many directions of Air Flow in one register. Complete coverage in a fan-like distribution. 
flol M wii?D\ T nfnTsL tyPC dCgree ° f direCti ° n Sh ° uld be Cleady 8tated iD ° rderin ^ if not other ^ 9 « Rifled, straight directional 



• Registers Less Valves (Return Air Intakes) 
Often it is desired that the intakes be an exact match in size, 
and capacity, with the registers used. These can be furnished 
without valves and without lever slots, and should be ordered as 



No. 322 LV — and the style of setting frame specified (See Page 9). 
For prices see table SV, page 30. 



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Independent Wrought Steel Registers 

The Faces of Perforated Metal 
Sizes and List Prices, Page 24, Tables A and B 



SEE OUR 
FOLDER S-37 



No. 137 (Capacities, Page 35) 
Openings %" wide, Upright bars J/g" wide. Made with Beveled 
Outer Edges only. 



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No. 158 (Capacities, Page 34) 

Openings % inch wide 
Upright bars ^ inch wide 
Register Faces with vertical dimension of 8 inches or more are 
made with a horizontal bar across the center. 
Made with Straight Outer Edges Only. 



These registers are made with the styles of setting frames described ou 
Pages 8 and 9. 

In ordering, the style of frame should be specified. 

Registers Less Valves can be furnished. For prices see table SV, page 30. 



No. 182 (Capacities, Page 33) 
Openings: .82 x .82 in. Crossbars, .18 in. wide. Made 
with straight outer edges only. 



STYLE WT SETTING FRAME 
For Wall Installations 
For Installation Before or After Lath and Plaster 

The WT frame may be used with any of the wall registers shown on this and previous pages. 



The wall frame and reg- 
ister are separate units, 
the register being remov- 
able from the frame. The 
user has the option of two 
methods of installation. 




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METAL BOX — ► 
FLANGED OVER 



FLANGE ON — » 
REGISTER FACE 



REGISTER FACE ™ 



WALL FRAME 



Plaster Flush Setting 



Piaster Surface Setting 



To Set Flush with the Plaster: 

The wail frame to be attached to the stackhead or duct before 
plastering, so that if the plaster is completed to the frame's outer 
edges, its outer surface and also the register face will be flush with 
the plaster. 



IMPORTANT: The possibility of plaster cracking or rust dis- 
coloration around the frame should be given consideration before 
deciding upon the flush type of installation. 
Plaster Surface Setting: 

The frame sets on the plaster surface, its outer flange covering anv 
deficiencies in the plaster around the wall opening. With this method 
the register and frame is installed after the plastering is completed. 



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Independent Setting Frames For Wall Registers 

The style desired should be specified when ordering 

Style WO may be installed either before or after lath and plaster. 

These frames set inside of the stack head flanges and are usually attached to them by sheet metal 
straps riveted to the stack head and turned back over the frame. Or, they may be attached by sheet 
metal screws. Slots are provided in the horizontal dimension; screw holes in the vertical dimension. 

The register is screwed to the frame, to complete the installation. The outer rims of the face 
cover any plaster deficiency around the stack head. 




STYLE WX: For Installation Before Lath and Plaster 




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space for felt, asbestos or plaster packing to seal the register to the wall 



The frame arms are of sufficient length so that the stack head may be 
located in any position desired between the studs; in the center or at the 
right or left. 

The stack head flanges should be made to extend through the frame opening, and of sufficient 
length so that they may be bent backward and over the outside of the frame edges, thus securing a 
tight and rigid connection between the stackhead and wall frame. The lath and plaster cover 
the arms, the plaster when completed being flush with the outer edges of the frame. 

To complete the installation the register is screwed to the frame after plastering. The outer 
rims of the register face extend beyond the frame edges and cover any plaster deficiency 
or cracking around the frame. 

Note: The rims of the register faces lend themselves to air-tightness being formed to provide 



Wall Registers in the Baseboard 





Any of the Independent Wall Registers shown on the preceding pages may be installed in the baseboard. 




BX FRAME. -i _ 



Standard Depth of Frame \% 



STYLE BX FRAME 

For installation previous to lath and plaster. 
Floor to stack head opening, % inch. 
Note : The rims of the register faces provide 
space for felt, asbestos or plaster packing to 
seal the register to the baseboard. 

The BX stack head flanges should extend 
outward from the plaster line the thickness of 
the baseboard, plus x /i inch, to provide 
material to be bent backward and over the outside of the frame edges. 

The BX frame arms are of sufficient length so that the stackhead may be located in 




any position desired between the studs; in the center or at the right or left. 

STYLE WO FRAME: For Installation Either Before or After Lath and Plaster 

The WO frames, illustrated at the top of this page, may also be used with baseboard installations. The stackhead flanges should extend 
outward from the plaster line the thickness of the baseboard. 



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Independent "Fabricated" Air Conditioning Registers 



REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 



Single valve registers are all equipped with lever operating handles as illustrated throughout this catalogue. This is A 
the usual requirement and is the style furnished unless otherwise specified. But any of the "Fabrikated" registers may ™ 
be supplied with either knob or key valve control as shown below, at small added cost. 




REGISTERS WITH TANDEM VALVES 



Tandem valves, either horizontal or vertical, as illustrated below, can be furnished in practically any size and in 
various combinations with any of the "Fabrikated" Face designs. Each valve is operated independently and can be 
adjusted to any position thus enabling the engineer to control the amount of air flow and to balance the system. 




AIR DIRECTION 



Either lever, knob or key operating device operates each valve 
individually. In ordering, the style of operating device desired 
should be specified. 




Illustrating the application of a register with vertically hung 
tandem valves. 



The illustration above shows the No. 321 A "Fabrikated;" the grille bars may be individually adjusted to direct the 
air flow to the right or left. See page 5. With the No. 311 A "Fabrikated" the grille bars may be individually adjusted 
to direct the air flow either up or down. See page 4. 





No. 311 A 



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Independent "Fabricated" Air Conditioning Registers 



REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 



With Multiple Valves. For Wall. Baseboard or Ceiling. List Prices, Page 30, Table MV 



AH Air Conditioning Registers are furnisher! with single valves 
unless otherwise ordered. 




Style VMV No. 1— Back View 
Showing valve mounting and method of operation 

The valves swing from their edges and, when closed, lay flat 
against the flanges on the hack of the register face. With the valves 
closed the register depth is 1 inch, except on the side, or end of 
the operating lever, which is \% inches. With the valves open 
the complete depth is }% inches. Except: If the valve length 
exceeds 16 inches the valves are made wider and the opened valve 
depth is 2% inches. 

Made in four Styles: 

VMV No. 1 — With the valves running parallel with the vertical 
dimension of the register. The valves connected 
lo operate in unison. 
VMV No. 2 — With the valves parallel with the vertical dimen- 
sion of the register. The valves not connected: 
each valve may be individually adjusted to direct 
the air flow to the right or left. See illustration 
helow. 



But — any Wall or Baseboard Register shown in this catalogue can 
be furnished with Multiple Valves as illustrated on this page. 




Style HMV No. 1— Back View 
Showing valve mounting and method of operation 

HMV No. 1 — With the valves running parallel with the hori- 
zontal dimension of the register. The valves 
connected to operate in unison. 

HMV No. 2— With the valves parallel with the horizontal 
dimension of the register. The valves not con- 
nected; each valve may be individually adjusted 
to direct the air flow either up or down. 




The illustration shows the No 311 A "Fabrikated" register with VMV No. 2 valves. The grille bars may be individuallv adjusted to 
direct the air flow up or down. The valves may be individually adjusted to direct the air flow to the right or left. 

With the No. 321 A "Fabrikated" register and HMV No. 2 valves the grille bars may be individuallv adjusted to direct the air flow to 
the right or left and the valves may be individually adjusted to direct the air flow up or down. 

Practically any desired combination of directional air flow can be secured with these registers. 

REGISTERS FOR USE IN THE WALL OR CEILING 



If any of the registers illustrated in this catalogue are located in 
the wall, out of hand reach from the floor, the valve lever can often 
be satisfactorily operated with a short pole. Or, if located in either 
the wall or ceiling, they can be operated by either chain or cord, the 
registers to be equipped with pulleys. 

If pulleys are required, they should be specified at the time the 
order is placed, as they cannot be readily attached after the regis- 
ters are installed. 

FA Pulleys, per set of two (specify whether for use in 

the wall or ceiling) list price $ .50 

Cord, per vard 3 cents net 

No. 00 Plated Brass Safety Chain, per yard 20 cents net 



No. 10 Nickel Silver Bead Chain, per yard 15 cents net 

Small metal pendants for the ends of bead chain are 

furnished without charge. 
We recommend Bead Chain for best appearance. 

Open and Shut Indicator Handles, for the ends of the chain 
or cord: 

Black Japan, White Japan or Lacquer 

Finishes 10 cents net per set 

Plated Finishes 15 cents net per^set 



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Independent "Fabricated" Baseboard Registers 

REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 

With Side and Top Projecting Flanges extending outward % inch from the plaster line. 
ONE PIECE STYLE — Sizes and List Prices, Pages 24, 25, 26 and 27. Capacities. Page 33. 




No. 311 A -BO, with Adjustable Grille Bars 

(See Page 4) 
No. 311 BO, with Grille Bars permanently 
set for straight outward flow. 



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No. 321 BO, with Grille Bars permanently 
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No. 300 BO 





No. 312 BO 
With Directed Air Flow (See Page 6) 



No. 211 BO 





No. 322 BO 
With Directed Air Flow (See Page 7) 



No. 201 BO 



Distance from floor to stack head opening, % inch. Flanges for the connection with the 
stack head are provided on the back of the register face. 

These registers may also he used with Style BX Frames as shown on page 9. 

List prices with BX frames same as BT registers, table D page 24, table H page 25, table M 
page 26, table Q, page 27. 



The illustration shows 
the register installed in 
the ba««* board. 




INDEPENDENT WROUGHT STEEL BASEBOARD REGISTERS 
With Side and Top Projecting Flanges extending outward 7 /& inch from the plaster line, 

Perforated Metal 
One Piece Style — Sizes and List Prices, Page 24, Table C. 



SEE OUR 
FOLDER S-37 



No. 137 BO 
Capacities, Page 35 





No. 158 BO 
Capacities, Page 34 



No. 182 BO 
Capacities, Page 33 



face, 



Distance from floor to stack head opening, % inch. Flanges for connection with the stack head are provided on the back of the register 
These registers may also be used with Style BX frames as 3hown on page 9. List prices with BX frames table D, page 24. 



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Independent "Fabricated" Baseboard Registers 



REG. U, S. PAT. OFFICE 



With Side and Top Projecting Flanges extending outward inch from the plaster line. 

Two Piece Style — The Register Removable from the Frame 
Sizes and List Prices. Pages 24, 25, 26 and 27. Capacities, Page 33 




No. 311 A-BT, with Adjustable Grille Bars 

(See Page 4) 
No. 311 BT, with Grille Bars permanently 
set for straight outward flow. 




No. 321 A-BT, with Adjustable Grille Bar* 

(See Page 5) 
No. 321 BT, with Grille Bars permanently 
set for straight outward flow. 





No. 312 BT 
With Directed Air Flow (See Page 6) 




No. 322 BT 
With Directed Air Flow (See Page 7) 













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No. 211 BT 




No. 201 BT 



Distance from floor to stack head opening, % inch. 

The side and top frame flanges extend outward inch from the plaster line so that, after the 
installation, the register is flushfwith baseboards of this thickness. 

The stack head flanges turn over' the inner edges of the frame. 
No. 300 BT 

INDEPENDENT WROUGHT STEEL BASEBOARD REGISTERS 
With Side and Top Projecting Flanges extending outward % inch from the plaster line. 

Perforated Metal 
Two Piece Style— The Register Removable from the Frame 
Sizes and List Prices, Page 24, Table D. 



PRICES UPON 
APPLICATION 



No. 237 BT 
Capacities, Page 35 




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No. 258 BT 
Capacities, Page 34 



No. 282 BT 
Capacities, Page 33 



Distance from floor to stack head opening % inch. 

The stack head flanges turn over the inner edges of the frame. 



Registers with Multiple Valves 
Any of the registers shown on this page can be supplied with multiple valves as shown on page 11. 



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Independent "Fabricated" Baseboard Intakes 



REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 



With Side and Top Projecting Flanges extending outward % inch from the plaster line. 

Sizes and List Prices, Page 29. Capacities, Page 33. 



No. 311A-BBI, with Adjustable Grille Bars 

(See Page 4) 
No. 311 BBI, with Grille Bars permanently 
set for straight flow. 




No. 321A-BB1, with Adjustable Grille Bars 
(See Page 5) 
No 321 with Grille Bars permanently 
set for straight flow. 





No. 312 BBI 
With Directed Air Flow (See Page 6 




No. 322 BBI 
With Directed Air Flow (See Page 7) 



No. 211 BBI 



No. 201 BBI 



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The side and top projecting flanges are a part of the grille. After installation the intakes are 
flush with the usual % inch baseboard. They are attached to the wall with screws. 

These intakes are the same in overall sizes, daylight opening sizes and capacities as the "Fabri- 
kated" one-piece baseboard registers shown on page 12. 

These intakes are equally suitable for outlets where no valves are required. If desired, they may 
be installed with BX or WO (see page 9) setting frames. List prices of frames table WF page 30. 



Daylight Opening Sizes : Horizontal dimension, % inch less than intake catalogue sizes. 
Vertical dimension, IJ/g inch less than intake catalogue size. 



Independent Wrought Steel Air Conditioning Baseboard Intakes 

With Side and Top Projecting Flanges extending outward % inch from the plaster line. 

Perforated Metal 

Sizes and List Prices, Page 29, Table V. Capacities, Pages 33, 34 and 35. 



SEE OUR 
FOLDER S-37 



No. 37 BBI 



No. 58 BBI 



No. 82 BBI 



As with the "Fabrikated" Intakes described above, the side and top projecting flanges are a part of the grille and are attached to the wall 
with screws. These intakes are the same in overall sizes, daylight opening sizes and capacities as the one-piece baseboard registers of the same 
designs shown on page 12. 

Suitable for outlets when no valves are required. If desired, they may be installed with BX or WO setting frames (see pagej9). List 
prices of frames, table WF, page 30. 



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Independent "Fabricated" Wall Grilles 

REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 

Rear flanges to fit into wall openings are a part of each grille. Not equipped with wall frames. The daylight opening sizes are larger 
and capacities greater than those of Air Conditioning Registers of corresponding stack head sizes. 

Sizes and List Prices, Tables R, S, T and U, Page 28. Capacities, Pages 34 and 35. 




No. 311 A-WG, with Adjustable Grille 

Bars (See Page 4) 
No. 311 WG, with Grille Bars perma- 
nently set for straight outward flow. 



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Standard Rim Width 



No. 211 WG 



"Fabricated" Wall Grilles, 3^ inch beyond catalogue listed sizes, all four 
sides. Special overall sizes can be supplied if required 




No. 300 WG 

INDEPENDENT WROUGHT STEEL WALL GRILLES (Perforated Metal) 

Sizes and List Prices, Table R, Page 28. Capacities, Pages 34 and 35. 



SEE OUR 
FOLDER S-37 



No. 37 WG, Beveled Edges No. 58 WG, Straight Outer Edges No. 82 WG. Straight Outer Edges 

Standard Rim Width, Wrought Steel Wall Grilles, % inch beyond catalogue sizes, all four sides. 

INDEPENDENT RAI INTAKES 
Sizes and List Prices, Tables R, S, T and U, Page 28. Capacities, Pages 34 and 35. 
lor flush installations in the baseboard. Bottom rims cut away. 
Any of the wall grilles illustrated above can be furnished in this style. 





No. 311 RAI 

SEE OUR 
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No. 37 RAI 



No. 58 RAI 



No. 82 RAI 

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Independent "Fabricated" Grilles 

REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 

ADJUSTABLE DIRECTED AIR FLOW 




The adjustable feature of the Directed Air Flow Registers, 
shown on pages 4 and 5, is available not only in the smaller 
sizes but also can be furnished in the larger sizes of Grilles. 
Practically any size can be furnished. 

These grilles fully solve the problem of present-day require- 
ments of heating, cooling and ventilating engineers for directed 
air flow. 



No. 311 A Grille— With grille bars adjusted for 
straight flow. 



The adjustable feature is fully explained on pages 4 and 5. 
This same method of easy adjustment is built into the larger 
grilles, for use in commercial work. The adjustment may 
be made at the time of or after the installation has been 
completed. Or if the angle of deflection is known, this 
adjustment may be made at the factory. 




No. 311 A Grille, showing downward air flow. 




J 

No. 321 A Grille 



Combination — Right. Left, and Straight Air Flow. 



In the No. 311 A the adjustment is for upward 
or downward Air Flow. A full range of 90° — 
45° upward to 45° downward. From straight to 
45° in either direction, in as many combinations 
of adjustments as wanted: all at the will of the 
engineer. 



The No. 321 A Design gives a Directed Air Flow to the right 
or left. Very much like the No. 311 A. except that the adjust- 
able grille bars are set in a vertical position, thus giving the right 
and left deflection. The angles of deflection, or the combinations 
to be had. are practically unlimited. 

The many advantages of these grilles are self-evident to the 
engineer who has been waiting for this adjustable feature, which 
now places him in complete control of the directional air flow 
on each installation. 



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NOTE: Independent Adjustable Air Flow Grilles can be supplied in practically any size. Prices of many sizes are 
shown on Page 28, Table T. Prices of other sizes will be furnished upon receipt of specifications. 



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Independent "Fabricated" Fine Mesh Grilles 



REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 



DIRECTED AIR FLOW 



Nos. 312 and 322 Grilles are of Independent "Fabrikated" 
construction with finer mesh and narrower interior grille bars 
than the design* illustrated on the opposite page. The grille bars 
are 3^" deep x .032" thick; openings y& x 1ft in - 

The Nos. 312 and 322 grilles are made at the time of assembly 
in our factory with the interior grille bars set for straight flow 
or for directional flow of either 22^>° or 45° or any combination 
thereof, as may be specified. The grille bars are not adjustable 
as in the Nos. 311 A and 321 A; the definite directional flow is 
built into the grilles at the time of manufacture. 




No. 312 — With grille bars for straight air flow. 




No. 312— Up or Down Deflection of 22^ or 45° 
in either direction. 



This grille has a large, unobstructed free area — yet is 
extremely limited in visibility through the grille. The 
"Fabrikated" construction has back of it many years of 
proven merit and is accepted by the Heating, Cooling and 
Ventilating Engineers as engineeringly correct. 



No. 322. The air flow may be deflected to 
the right or left or straight ahead. Many com- 
binations of right or left deflection can be 
had. These angles of deflection, which may 
be either 22}4° or 45°. are fixed at time of 
assembly. 



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No. 322— Straight Air Flow. 



Where volume control is desired, as well as Directed Air Flow, 
these grilles can be furnished with the standard single valves or 
with multiple valves, as shown on page 11. Either the single 
or the multiple valves can be furnished in "Tandem" mountings 
as shown on page 10, 



^ NOTE: The Nos. 312 and 322 grilles can be furnished in practically any size. List Prices of many sizes are shown 

on Page 28, Table U. Prices of other sizes will be furnished upon receipt of specifications. 



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Independent "Fabricated" Cold Air Floor Faces 



REG. U, S. PAT. OFFICE 




Standard "Fabrikated" 

No. 130 BE: With beveled outer edges. The outer rims, approxi- 
mately one inch wider all four sides than the floor opening size, are 
usually set on the surface of the floor. 

No. 130 SE: With straight outer edges, rims approximately 
Y2 inch wider all four sides than the floor opening size. 

Face Openings: % x lyj in. (approximate). Uniform in design 
with No. 300 Forced Air Register. 



Floor Flush "Fabrikated' 



No. 130 FF: For use where the face is to be rabbetted into the 
floor and to set flush with it. Outer rims % mcn wider all four 
sides than floor opening size. 

Face Openings: % x lfi in. (approximate). Uniform in design 
with No. 300 Forced Air Registers. 




Close Mesh "Fabrikated" 

Face Openings: % x 1H in. (approximate). 

Uniform in design with No. 311 Registers. 

No. 131 BE, Close Mesh: With beveled outer edges. 

No. 131 SE, Close Mesh: With straight outer edges, rims 
approximately J*j inch wider all four sides than the floor opening 
size. 

No. 131 FF, Close Mesh: Outer Edges not beveled, rims }4 in. 
wider, all four sides, than floor opening size. 



"Fabrikated" Construction is 
Strong because it uses material to secure 
the utmost supporting strength. The in- 
terior is made up of steel strips set on 
edge the same as girders of a bridge, the 
ends of the strips extending through open- 
ings in the legs of the angle frame and are 
turned over the outer surface of the legs 
to add strength and rigidity. 

Interior Steel Strips; 14 ga. (.078 in.). 
The short way of the face the strips are 
from % in. to in. deep depending 

upon the size of the face. The long strips 
Y2 in. deep. 





f Faces 20* and over 

JN WIDTH - 1 ' 



No. 130BE 




76 

Faces 20" 
and ovlr in 

WIDTH-I" 



Table CAF — Sizes and List Prices 

Approximate Overall Sizes, more than floor opening sizes: 

With Beveled Edges (BE), 2 in. With Straight Edges (SE), 1 in. With Floor Flush Edges (FF), Y 2 in. 
Approximate Daylight Opening Sizes: % /% in. each dimension less than floor opening sizes. 





Open (Free) 


Open (Free) 










Elect ro-nlated 




To Fit 


Area 


Area 
















Floor 


No. 130 


No. 131 


HI 


ack 


Imita tion 


Ox. Copper 


Chromium 


Opening 


Standard 


Close Mesh 


Japanned 


Oa 


k or 


Nickel, Brass 


or 


Size 


"Fabrikated" 


"Fabrikated" 


or 


Lacquered 


or 


Sanded 


Inches 


Sq. Inches 


Sq. Inches 


Prime Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


Finishes 


4 x 10 


31 


28 


$ 


90 


$1 


00 


$1.35 


$1 


80 


5 x 10 


39 


35 




95 


1 


05 


1.45 


1 


90 


6 x 10 


48 


42 


1 


00 


1 


.10 


1.50 


2 


00 


8 x 10 


65 


58 


1 


10 


1 


.25 


1.65 


2 


20 


4 x 12 


37 


33 


1 


10 


1 


.25 


1.65 


2 


20 


5 x 12 


48 


43 


1 


15 




.30 


1.75 


2 


30 


6 x 12 


58 


51 


1 


20 


1 


.35 


1.80 


2 


40 


8 x 12 


78 


69 


1 


30 


1 


.45 


1.95 


2 


60 


9 x 12 


88 


79 


1 


50 


1 


.70 


2.25 


3 


00 


10 x 12 


99 


89 


1 


70 


1 


.90 


2.55 


3 


40 


4 x 14 


44 


40 


1 


40 


1 


.55 


2.10 


2 


80 


5 x 14 


56 


50 


1 


50 


1 


■70 


2.25 


3 


00 


6 x 14 


68 


60 


1 


55 


1 


.75 


2.35 


3 


10 


8 x 14 


92 


82 


1 


65 


1 


.85 


2.50 


3 


30 


10 x 14 


116 


104 


2 


00 


2 


25 


3.00 


4 


00 


12 x 14 


139 


125 


2 


50 


2 


80 


3.75 


5 


00 


5x 16 


64 


58 


1 


80 


2 


00 


2.70 


3 


60 


6 x 16 


78 


69 


1 


90 


2 


15 


2.85 


3 


80 


8 x 16 


105 


94 


2 


00 


2 


.25 


3.00 


4 


00 


10 x 16 


133 


119 


2 


30 


2 


60 


3.45 


4 


60 


6 x 20 


98 


87 


2 


50 


2 


80 


3.75 


5 


00 


8 x 20 


133 


119 


2 


70 


3 


00 


4.05 


5 


40 


10 x 20 


167 


150 


3 


00 


3 


35 


4.50 


6 


00 


4 x 24 


75 


67 


2 


80 


3 


15 


4.20 


5 


60 


6 x 24 


118 


105 


3 


00 


3 


35 


4.50 


6 


00 


8 x 24 


159 


142 


3 


20 


3 


60 


4.80 


6 


40 


10 x 24 


201 


180 


3 


40 


3 


80 


5.10 


6 


80 


12 x 24 


238 


214 


3 


75 


4 


20 


5.65 


7 


50 


14 x 24 


282 


253 


\ 


10 


4 


60 


6.15 


8 


20 


4 x 30 


95 


85 


3 


20 


3 


60 


4.80 


6 


40 


6 x 30 


148 


131 


3 


40 


3 


80 


5.10 


6 


80 


8 x 30 


201 


179 


3 


60 


4 


05 


5.40 


7 


20 


10 x 30 


254 


226 


3 


75 


1 


20 


5.65 


7 


50 


12 x 30 


301 


271 


4 


00 


4 


50 


6.00 


8 


00 


14 x 30 


354 


317 


4 


60 


5 


15 


6.90 


9 


20 


16 x 30 


407 


365 


5 


50 


6 


15 


8.25 


11 


00 


18 x 30 


456 


409 


6 


10 


6 


85 


9.15 


12 


20 



Additional Sizes can be furnished. 



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Independent Floor Registers With Multiple Valves 




No. 30— Standard "Fabrikated" 
Uniform in design with 
No. 300 Forced Air Registers. 
Face Openings: % x lyi in. (approximate) 
The construction of the face is shown on 
page 18. 

No. 30 BE: With beveled outer edges as 
illustrated above. 

No. 30 SE: With outer edges straight. 

No. 30 FFs Floor flush, with outer rims 34 
inch wider all four sides tfaan floor open- 
ing size. For use where the face is to be 
rabbetted into the floor and to set flush 
with it. Illustrated as a face on page 18. 

The beveled edge is standard and is the style 
furnished unless otherwise specified. 




No. 31— Close Mesh "Fabrikated" 
Uniform in design with 
No. 311 Forced Air Registers. 
Face Openings: Y% x Iff in. (approximate) 
The construction of the face is shown on 
page 18. 

No. 31 BE; With beveled outer edges. 
No. 31 SE: With outer edges straight. 
No. 31 FF: With outer rims 34 inch wider 
all four sides than floor opening size. 

The beveled edge is standard and is the style 
furnished unless otherwise specified. 




No. 12-75 Wrought Steel 

The faces are of perforated metal. 

Similar in design to the Nos. 182 and 282 
Forced Air Registers. 

Openings, J4 x % in. Cross bars, 34 wide. 

Not made with beveled outer edges. 



Table FR— Sizes and List Prices — Floor Registers 
Floor Registers Can Be Supplied in Practically Any Size 
Catalogue showing all standard sizes, with list prices, sent upon request 



To fit 
Floor 
Opening 
Sue 
I-~he a 


Open 
(Free) 
Area 
No. 30 
Standard 
"Fabri- 
kated** 
Square 
Inches 


Open 
(Free) 
Area 
No. 31 
Close 
Mesh 
"Fabri- 
kated" 
Square 
Inches 


Open 
(Free) 
Area 
No, 12-75 
Wrought 

Steel 
Registers 
Square 
Inches 




4x 8 


24 


21 


16 




4 x 10 


30 


26 


20 




4 x 12 


36 


32 


24 




4 x 15 


45 


40 


31 




4 x 18 


56 


49 


38 




6x8 


36 


32 


24 




6 x 10 


45 


41 


31 




6 x 12 


56 


49 


38 




6 x 14 


65 


57 


45 




6 x 16 


74 


66 


51 




6 x 18 


84 


74 


58 




8x8 


49 


44 


33 




8 x 10 


62 


55 


42 




8 x 12 


75 


67 


51 




8 x 14 


88 


78 


60 




8 x 16 


101 


89 


69 




8 x 18 


113 


101 


78 




9x 9 


63 


57 


43 




9x 12 


85 


76 


58 




9 x 14 


99 


89 


68 




9 x 16 


113 


102 


78 




9 x 18 


128 


114 


88 




10 x 10 


79 


71 


54 




10 x 12 


95 


85 


65 




10 x 14 


112 


100 


76 




10 x 16 


127 


115 


87 




10 x 18 


143 


129 


98 


] 


12 x 12 


116 


104 


78 




12 x 14 


134 


121 


92 


] 


12 x 15 


144 


131 


99 




12 x 16 


153 


139 


105 


] 


12 x 18 


172 


157 


119 




14 x 14 


159 


142 


108 


] 


14 x 16 


182 


163 


123 


] 


14 x 18 


206 


185 


139 


] 



Overall 

SUe 
"Fabri- 
kated** 

With 
Beveled 
Edges 
(Approx- 
imate) 
Inches 



SJii 9% 
5% x 11% 
5% i im 
5% x 163* 
5% x 19% 
7%x 9% 

7% x n% 
7% x 13% 
7% x ism 
7% x 17% 
7% x 19% 

9%x 9% 
9%xll% 
9% x 13% 
9% x 15% 
9%xl7% 
9% x 19% 
10% x 10% 
10% x 13% 
10% x 15% 
10% x 17% 
10% x 19% 
11% x 11% 
11% x 13% 
11% x 15% 
11% x 17% 
11% x 19% 
13%xl3% 
13% x 15% 
13% x 16% 
13% x 17% 
13% x 19% 
15% x 15% 
15% x 17% 
15% x 19% 



Overall 

SUe 
"Fabri- 
kated** 
Floor 
Flush 
Pattern 
Inches 



4H x 
4J^x 
4J^ x 
4H x 
4V 2 x 
6^x 
6^x 
6Mx 
6H x 

ey 2 x 

6H x 
8H x 

sy 2 x 

8^x 

m x 

SA x 
SA x 
9Ki 
9A x 
9 l A x 
9A x 
9H x 
10H x 
10J^ x 
10 1 A x 

1GJ^ X 

10H x 
12^x 
12U x 
12X x 
\%H x 

12M* 
14^x 
14H x 
14H* 



10A 

isy 2 
sa 

10A 
12A 
UA 
UA 
ISA 
SA 
10A 
12A 

14H 
16^ 
ISA 
9A 
12A 
UA 
16X 

ISA 
10A 
12A 
14A 
16A 
ISA 
12 A 

14H 

ISA 
16A 
ISA 

\m 

16A 
ISA 



Overall 

Size 
"Fabri- 
kated'* 
Outer 
Edges 
Straight 
Inches 



11 

13 
15 



5x 9 
5 x 11 
5 x 13 
5 x 16 
5 x 19 
7x 9 
7 x 11 
7 x 13 
7 x 15 
7 x 17 
7 x 19 
9x9 
9 3 
9 ] 
9 3 
9 x 17 
9 x 19 
10 x 10 
10 x 13 
10 x 15 
10 x 17 

10 x 19 

11 x 11 
11 x 13 
11 x 15 
11 x 17 
11 x 19 
13 x 13 
13 x 15 
13 x 16 
13 x 17 
13 x 19 
15 x 15 
15 x 17 
15 x 19 



Overall 
Size 
No, 12-75 
Wrought 
Steel 
Inches 



5%x 9% 
5%xll% 
5% x 13% 
5% x 16% 
5% x 19% 
7% x 9% 
7%xll% 
7% x 13% 
7% x 15% 
7% x 17% 
7% x 19% 
9% x 9% 
9% x 11% 
9% x 13% 
9% x 15% 
9% x 17% 
9% x 19% 
11 x 11 
11 x 14 
11 x 16 
11 x 18 

11 x 20 

12 x 12 
12 x 14 
12 x 16 
12 x 18 
12 x 20 
14 x 14 
14 x 16 
14 x 17 
14 x 18 
14 x 20 
16 x 16 
16 x 18 
16 x 20 







Electroplated 




Imita- 






Black 


tion 








Oak 


Ox. 


Chro- 


anned 


or 


Copper 


mium 


or 


Lacq- 


Nickel, 


or 


Prime 


uered 


Brass 


Sanded 


Coat 


Fin- 


or 


Finishes 




ishes 


Bronze 




$1.45 


$1.55 


$1.85 


$2.25 


1.55 


1.65 


2,00 


2.45 


1.70 


1.85 


2.25 


2.80 


2.60 


2.80 


3.40 


4.20 


3.50 


3.75 


4.55 


5.55 


1,55 


1.65 


2.00 


2.45 


1,60 


1.70 


2.10 


2,60 


1.80 


1.95 


2.40 


3.00 


2.55 


2.75 


3.35 


4.10 


3.40 


3.65 


4.35 


5.30 


4.15 


4.40 


5.25 


6.35 


1.60 


1.70 


2.10 


2.60 


1.70 


1.85 


2.25 


2.80 


1.90 


2.05 


2.55 


3.20 


2.95 


3.15 


3.80 


4.60 


3.85 


4.10 


4.85 


5.85 


5.05 


5.35 


6.25 


7.45 


1.90 


2.05 


2.55 


3.20 


2.15 


2.35 


2.90 


3.65 


3.20 


3.40 


4.15 


5.05 


4.25 


4.50 


5.35 


6.40 


5.35 


5.65 


6.65 


7.90 


2.25 


2.45 


3.05 


3.85 


2.40 


2.60 


3.25 


4.10 


3.40 


3.65 


4.40 


5.40 


4.50 


4.80 


5.65 


6.80 


5.55 


5.85 


6.90 


8.25 


3.60 


3.85 


4.70 


5.80 


4.25 


4.55 


5.50 


6.75 


4.75 


5.05 


6.05 


7.35 


5.25 


5 55 


6.60 


7.95 


6.45 


6.ro 


7.95 


9.45 


5.65 


6.0U 


7.10 


8.55 


6.85 


7.20 


8.40 


9.95 


8.10 


8.50 


9.80 


11.50 



Additional Sizes can be furnished. 

For Use in the Wall; The registers shown on this page, especially constructed for use in the wall, may be had by specify- 
ing Style W. j " j 



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Independent "Fabricated" Special Designs — Registers or Grilles 

REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 



These designs made to order at an advance in price over standard designs. Any Size — Any Finish. 



Construction Data 
Interior Grille Bars: 

Thickness: .078 inch (No. 14 gauge). This 
thickness may he doubled by welding two 
bars or trebled by welding three bars 
together. 



Standard bar depth: l A inch; %, % or 1 inch 

depths can also be furnished. 
Center to center of bars: y^, %«or 1% inches. 





pi 


pi 


IB! 


HI 



No. 600 



No. 602 



No. 604 






No. 700 



No. 400 



No. 401 




No. 800 




No. 500 





No. 217 




No. 501 




No. 214 




No. 502 



No. 301. Openings % x l^i in. 



No. 337. Openings % * Y% in* 



No. 375. Openings % x % in. 



Enquiries for prices should specify design number, sizes, quantities and finish. 



Independent Wrought (Perforated) Steel Grilles 

ALSO MADE OF BRASS, BRONZE, ALUMINUM AND OTHER METALS 

Grilles perforated from sheet metal to sizes as specified to meet our customers 9 
requirements are shown on this and the two following pages. 

The thickness recommended for steel grilles is No. 12 gauge (approximately }/$ inch) but No. 10 gauge (.140") or 
No. 14 gauge (.078") may also be used. Note the chart below. 

They are made to order and are not carried in stock but usually can be supplied with little delay. They can be 
furnished without finish or any finish desired can be put on them. Prime Coat is the usual finish where the grilles are to 
be painted to match interior finish. 



We welcome inquiries, which should include the following information: 



Daylight opening size and over- 
all size. 
Quantity and finish. 
Material and gauge. 



Design preferred. 

If screw holes are desired, their 
location and number and 
whether to be countersunk. 



If invisible doors are required, 
their location should be stated. 

If for use in the floor, it should 
be specified. 



The chart below shows the thickness of various gauges of steel. 



No. 10 ga. 
No. 12 ga. | 
No. 14 ga 



140" thick 
■ .109" thick 
.078" thick 



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No. 50 — Possible Daylight Opening Sizes 



No. 
of 
Holes 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



2 

2% 

4% 
5 

5% 

6^ 

m 

8 

*x 



No. 


Daylight 


of 


Opening, 
Inches 


Holes 


13 


9J^ 


14 


10H 


15 


n 


16 


IIH 


17 


12 H 


18 


13 X 


19 


14 


20 


14% 


21 


15H 


22 


16 X 


23 


17 



No. 


Daylight 


of 


Opening, 
Inches 


Holes 


24 


nu 


25 


WM 


26 


19 X 


27 


20 


28 


20% 


29 


21U 


30 


22 % 


31 


23 


32 


23% 


33 


24^ 


34 


25 X 



No. 


Daylight 


of 


Opening, 


Holes 


Inches 


35 


26 


36 


26% 


37 


27^ 


38 


28% 


39 


29 


40 


29% 


41 


30^ 


42 


31 X 


43 


32 


44 


32% 


45 


33M 



No. 


Daylight 


of 


Opening, 


Holes 


Inches 


46 


34% 


47 


35 


48 


35% 


49 


36^ 


50 


37% 



And any multi- 
ple beyond this 
of % inch. 



No. 50 — J/£ inch square openings, inch cross 
bars, % inch multiples. 45% Open Area. 



No. 75 — Possible Daylight Opening Sizes 



No. 


Daylight 


of 


Opening, 
Inches 


Holes 


2 


IX 


3 


2% 


4 


3% 


5 


4% 


6 


5% 


7 


6% 


8 


m 


9 


8% 


10 


9% 


U 


10% 


12 


11% 



No. 


Daylight 


of 


Opening, 


Holes 


Inches 


13 


12% 


14 


13% 


15 


14% 


16 


15% 


17 


16% 


18 


17% 


19 


18% 


20 


19% 


21 


20% 


22 


21% 


23 


22% 



Nu. 


Daylighi 


of 


Opening, 


Holes 


Inches 


24 


23% 


25 


24% 


26 


25% 


27 


26% 


28 


27% 


29 


28% 


30 


29% 


31 


30% 


32 


31% 


33 


32% 


34 


33% 



No. 


Daylight 


of 


Opening, 


Holes 


Inches 


35 


34% 


36 


35% 


37 


36% 


38 


37% 


39 


38% 


40 


39% 


41 


40% 


42 


41% 


43 


42% 


44 


43% 


45 


44% 



No. 
of 
Holes 



46 
47 
48 
49 
50 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



45% 
46% 
47% 
48% 
49% 



And any multi- 
ple beyond this 
of 1 inch. 



No. 75 — % inch square openings, inch cross 
bars, 1 inch multiples. 57% Open Area. 



No. 82 — Possible Daylight Opening Sizes 



No. 
of 
Holes 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



1.82 
2.82 
3.82 
4.82 
5.82 
6.82 
7.82 
8.82 
9.82 
10 . 82 
11.82 



No. 


Daylight 


of 


Opening, 


Holes 


Inches 


13 


12 82 


14 


13.82 


15 


14.82 


16 


15.82 


17 


16.82 


18 


17 82 


19 


18.82 


20 


19.82 


21 


20.82 


22 


21.82 


23 


22.82 



No. 
of 
Holes 


Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 




24 


23.82 




25 


24.82 




26 


25.82 




27 


26.82 




28 


27.82 




29 


28.82 




30 


29.82 




31 


30.82 




32 


31.82 




33 


32.82 




34 


33.82 





No. 
of 
Holes 


Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 


35 


34.82 


36 


35.82 


37 


36 . 82 


38 


37.82 


39 


38.82 


40 


39.82 


41 


40.82 


42 


41.82 


43 


42.82 


44 


43.82 


45 


44.82 



No. 
of 
Holes 


Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 


46 


45.82 


47 


46.82 


48 


47.82 


49 


48.82 


50 


49.82 



And any multi- 
ple beyond this 
of 1 inch. 



No. 82 — .82 x .82 in. square openings, .18 in. 
cross bars, 1 in. multiples. 67% Open Area. 



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Independent Wrought (Perforated) Steel Grilles 

Made to Order to Sizes as Specified by Our Customers 




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No. 875— 61% Open Area 
% inch square openings, X inch cross ban*. 
\% inch multiples. 



No. 
of 
Holes 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 



No. 875 — Possible Daylight Opening Sizes 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



2 

3H 
4^ 
5^ 
6J4 
7^ 

11 

13^ 



No. 
of 
Holes 



13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



15M 
16H 
17M 

18^ 
20 

21H 

22X 
23^ 
24^ 
25H 



No, 
of 
Holes 



24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



26M 
21% 
29 

30M 

31 X 

32 H 

33 % 

34% 

35M 
36^ 
38 



No. 
of 
Holes 



35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



39H 

40 x 
41% 

42% 
43 % 
44% 
45^ 
47 

48H 

49^ 
50H 



No. 
of 
Holes 


Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 


46 


51% 


47 


52^ 


48 


S3Ji 


49 


sm 


50 


56 



And any multi- 
ple beyond this 
<>f 1H inches. 



No. 100—64% Open Area 
1 inch square openings, X inch cross bars, 
\X inch multiples. 



****** 
****** 
****** 
****** 
****** 
**** ** 
****** 
****** 



**** 
**** 

**** 
**** 
**** 

**** 

**** 
**** 



No. 3^gG — 3x3 inch openings. 
Bars between squares % inch. 
Each square, 5 square inches open area. 



I**** 
I**** 
I**** 
I**** 
**** 
**** 
**** 
**** 



****** 
****** 
****** 
****** 

****** 
****** 

****** 
****** 



No. — 3x3 inch openings. 

Bars between squares % inch. 
Each square, 5 square inches open area. 



************ 
************ 
************ 
************ 
************ 
************ 



Nos. &%G and 3%G with side and end slots. 



No. 
of 
Holes 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 



No, 
of 
Holes 



No. 
of 
Holes 



No. 100 — Possible Daylight Opening Sizes 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



2H 

3M 

6 

m 
m 

9% 

11 

13% 
14M 



No. 
of 
Holes 



13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



16 

nx 
i&% 
19% 
21 

22 X 
23% 
24% 
26 

27^ 
2S% 



No. 
of 
Holes 



24 

25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



29% 
31 

32 X 
33% 
34% 
36 

37 X 
38H 
39^ 
41 

42 X 



No. 
of 
Holes 



35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



43 % 
44% 
46 

47 X 
48% 
49M 
51 

52 X 
53 
54 
56 



No. 
of 
Holes 



46 
47 
48 
49 
50 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



SIX 
S&% 

a* 

62 X 



And any multi- 
ple beyond this 
of 1 X inches. 



No. 3^G — Possible Daylight Opening Sizes 
NOTE: These sizes may be changed by using side or end slots 
as shown below. 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



9% 
13M 
H>% 
19% 
23% 
26% 



No. 
of 
Holes 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



30 

33 % 

36% 

40% 

43 H 

46% 

SOX 



No. 
of 
Holes 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



53^ 
57 

60% 
63% 
67^ 
70H 
73K 



No. 
of 
Holes 



23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



77 X 
B0% 
84 

87^ 
90X 
94% 



No. 
of 
Holes 



29 
30 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



97^ 
100% 



And any multi- 
ple beyond this 
of 3% inches. 



No. 33^G — Possible Daylight Opening Sizes 
NOTE: These sizes may be changed by using side or end slots 
as shown below. 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



6% 
10 

13H 
17 

20% 
24 

21% 



No. 
of 
Holes 



9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



31 

343^ 
38 

41 % 
45 

48^ 
52 



No. 
of 
Holes 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



55M 
59 

62^ 
66 

69% 
73 

763^ 



No. 
of 
Holes 



23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



80 

83^ 
87 

90H 

94 

91% 



No. 
of 
Holes 



29 
30 



Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 



101 

104% 



And any multi- 
ple beyond this 
of 3% inches. 



The daylight opening sizes of the Nos. 3%G and 3J^G designs may be varied 
from the sizes specified above by punching slots z /% inch wide by 3 inches long in 
the rims as shown in the illustration. 

These may be placed in either two or four sides. 

Each set of slots add to the daylight opening size either 134» 1/^ or 1M inches 
as may be desired. 

The open area of each slot is 1.1 square inches. 



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Independent Wrought (Perforated) Steel Grilles 



Made to Order to Sizes as Specified by Our Customers 
No. 75 D — Possible Daylight Opening Sizes 



No. 
of 
Holes 


Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 


No. 
of 
Holes 


Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 


No. 
of 
Holes 


Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 


No. 
of 
Holes 


Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 


No. 
of 
Holes 


Daylight 
Opening, 
Inches 


2 


IH 


13 


9fJ 


24 


17* 


35 


25M 


46 


33^ 


3 


2« 


14 


mi 


25 


18ft 


36 


26A 


47 


34& 


4 


3* 


15 


lift 


26 


19 


37 


26ft 


48 


34H 


5 


W 


16 


nit 


27 


19« 


38 


27^ 


49 


35M 


6 




17 


12« 


28 


20^ 


39 


28& 


50 


36K 


7 


sa 


18 


13M 


29 


21ft 


40 


29^ 




8 


6* 


19 


13ff 


30 


2lk 


41 


29H 


And any multi- 


9 




20 


14H 


31 


22M 


42 


IWA 




r ond this 


10 


m 


21 




32 


23^ 


43 


31* 


P,e of be | 


\ inch. 


11 


8* 


22 


I6j| 


33 


24ft 


44 


31H 






12 


w 


23 


16H 


34 


24^ 


45 


32f* 








No. 225 S — Possible Daylight Opening Sizes 



No. 75 D — 57% Open Area (Variable) 
% inch diagonal square openings, l /i inch cross 
bars, y| inch multiples. 
Each opening: .5625 sq. in. 



Number 


Width 


Height 


Number 


Width 


Height 


of Holes 


Inches 


Inches 


of Holes 


Inches 


Inches 


2 


2H 


2* 


16 


16H 


18* 


3 


3H 


3H 


17 


UK 


W* 
20A 


4 


4M 




18 


18Ji 


5 


S*A 




19 


19H 


21H 


6 


6H 


7* 


20 


20*4 


22 H 


7 


7j| 


8* 


21 


21H 


23 H 


8 


BH 


9* 


22 


22*4 


25A 


9 


9H 


10* 


23 


23M 


26A 


10 


ioh 


11* 


24 


24*4 


27A 
28A 


11 


n*A 


12tt 


25 


25M 


12 




13H 


26 


26H 


29A 


13 


UH 


14*i 


27 


27*4 


30H 


14 




16* 


28 


28*4 


31H 


15 


15M 


17* 


29 


29H 


32« 



Number 
of Holes 


Width 
Inches 


Height 
Inches 


30 


30*4 


34A 


31 


siH 


35A 


32 


32^ 


36A 


33 


33 H 


37^ 


34 


34*4 


38& 


35 


35H 


39H 


36 


36*4 


40H 


37 


37^ 


«« 


38 


38*4 


43 A 


39 


39*4 


44A 


40 


4:0*4 


45* 


And any multiple beyond this: 
Width 1 inch, Height 1^ inches. 




Angle Frames 




No. 225 S — 67% Open Area 
Openings in width, 2 inches center to center. 
Openings in height, 2% inches center to center. 
Width of interior bars, \i inch. 
Orders should specify which dimension is height. 

Invisible Doors 

The exact location should be specified. 



Band Steel Frames 

CD 



Any of our grilles can be furnished with steel 
angle frames to which they may be hinged or 
screwed. 

Standard sizes of angle frame material: 

% x Y% x 3^8 m ch 
IU x 1% x Vs inch 

Wall opening sizes should be specified. 



For attaching grilles to ducts, Band Steel Frames can be furnished; with either two or more screw lugs, 
the lugs extending either inside or outside the frame. The frames are attached to the ducts by metal strips, or, 
screw holes through the frame sides for attaching by sheet metal screws may be provided, if desired. 

These frames are usually attached to the inside of the ducts but may be made to fit outside if preferred. 




Any of the grilles of the designs shown on this and 
preceding pages can be made into complete registers with valves 
or louvres to open and close. 
For Operation by cord or chain 

If to be used in the wall or ceiling out of reach from the floor. 




registers may be equipped with pulleys so that the valves can be 
operated by chain or cord. 
Pole Operating 

With ring protruding from the operating lever to facilitate open- 
ing and closing the valves with a pole. 



Brace Bars 

Bottom view, showing brace bars which may be attached 
grilles where extra strength or rigidity is required 



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Independent Air Conditioning Registers 

Nos. 158-258; 182-282 Wrought Steel and "Fabrikated" Nos. 201-300 
All Registers are Complete— With Single Valves and Setting Frames for Sidewall & Baseboard Installation. 
Baseboard Registers Complete One and Two Piece Styles with Side and Top Projecting Flanges. 





A 




Complete with 


D 

D wx 


Complete with 


To Fit 




WO Wall Frame 


or WT Wall Frame 


Stankhead 

Size: 
(Horizontal 
Dimension 
First) 
Inches 












or 


BX Base Frame 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 
Brass 


Black 
Japanned 
or 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 




Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


8x6 


$2 


30 


$2 


45 


$3.20 


$2.85 


$3.00 


$3.75 


10x4 


2 


20 


2 


35 


3,05 


2.70 


2.85 


3.55 


10x5 


2 


30 


2 


45 


3.20 


2.85 


3.00 


3.75 


10x6 




45 


2 


65 


3.40 


3.00 


3.20 


3.95 


10x8 


2 


65 


2 


80 


3.65 


3.25 


3.40 


4.25 


12x4 


2 


30 


2 


45 


3.20 


2.85 


3 00 


3.75 


12x5 


2 


50 


2 


70 


3.50 


3.05 


3,25 


4.05 


12x6 


2 


65 


2 


80 


3,65 


3.25 


3.40 


4.25 


12x8 


2 


90 


3 


10 


4.00 


3.55 


3.75 


4.65 


12x9 


3 


05 


3 


25 


4.25 


3.75 


3.95 


4.95 


12x10 


3 


55 


3 


80 


4.90 


4.35 


4.60 


5.70 


14x4 


2 


45 


2 


65 


3.40 


3.00 


3.20 


3.95 


14x5 


2 


65 


2 


80 


3.65 


3.25 


3 40 


4.25 


14x6 


2 


90 


3 


10 


4.00 


3.55 


3.75 


4.65 


14x8 


3 


05 


3 


25 


4.25 


3.75 


3.95 


4.95 


14x10 


3 


95 


4 


25 


5.50 


4.85 


5.15 


6.40 


16x4 


2 


.50 


2 


70 


3.50 


3,05 


3.25 


4.05 


16x5 


2 


80 


3 


00 


3.85 


3.40 


3.60 


4.45 


16x6 


3 


05 


3 


25 


4.25 


3.75 


3.95 


4.95 


16x8 


3 


50 


3 


75 


4,90 


4.30 


4.55 


5.70 


16x10 


4 


20 


4 


45 


5.80 


5.15 


5,40 


6.75 


18x4 


2 


65 


2 


80 


3.65 


3.25 


3.40 


4.25 


18x5 


2 


90 


3 


10 


4.00 


3.55 


3.75 


4.65 


18x6 


3 


35 


3 


55 


4.60 


4.10 


4.30 


5.35 


18x8 


3 


95 


4 


25 


5.50 


4.85 


5.15 


6.40 


18x10 


4 


50 


4 


80 


6.25 


5 55 


5.85 


7.30 


20x4 


2 


90 


3 


10 


4.00 


3.55 


3.75 


4.65 


20x5 


3 


05 


3 


25 


4.25 


3.75 


3.95 


4.95 


20x6 


3 


75 


4 


00 


5.20 


4.60 


4.85 


6.05 


20x8 


4 


40 


4 


70 


6.10 


5 40 


5.70 


7.10 


20x10 


4 


85 


5 


15 


6.70 


5.95 


6.25 


7 80 


22x4 


3 


10 


3 


30 


4.25 


3.80 


4.00 


4.95 


22x5 


3 


30 


3 


55 


4.60 


4.05 


4.30 


5.35 


22x6 


3 


95 


4 


25 


5.50 


4.85 


5.15 


6.40 


22x8 


4 


60 


4 


95 


6.40 


5.65 


6.00 


7.45 


22x10 


5 


05 


5 


40 


7.00 


6.20 


6.55 


8.15 


24x4 


3 


35 


3 


55 


4.60 


4.10 


4.30 


5.35 


24x5 


Q 
O 


DO 


o 


Jin 


4.90 


4.35 


4.60 


5.70 


24x6 


4 


20 


4 


45 


5.80 


5.15 


5.40 


6.75 


24x8 


4 


85 


5 


15 


6.70 


5.95 


6.25 


7.80 


OA 1 A 


5 


30 


5 


65 


7.30 


6.50 


6.85 


8.50 


26x4 


3 


50 


3 


75 


4.90 


4.30 


4.55 


5.70 


26x5 


3 


75 


4 


00 


5.20 


4.60 


4.85 


6.05 


26x6 


4 


40 


4 


70 


o . 10 


5.40 


5.70 


7.10 


26x8 


5 


30 


5 


65 


7.30 


6.50 


6.85 


8.50 


26x10 


5 


70 


6 


15 


7.95 


7 An 


7.40 


9.25 


28x4 


3 


75 


4 


00 


5.20 


4.60 


4.85 


6.05 


28x5 


4 


20 


4 


45 


5.80 


5.15 


5,40 


6.75 


28x6 


4 


85 


5 


15 


6.70 


5.95 


6.25 


7.80 


28x8 


5 


30 


5 


60 


7.30 


6.50 


6.85 


8,50 


28x10 


6 


15 


6 


60 


8.55 


7.55 


8.00 


9.95 


30x4 


4 


10 


4 


35 


5.65 


5.05 


5.30 


6.60 


30x5 


4 


40 


4 


70 


6.10 


5.40 


5.70 


7.10 


30x6 


5 


10 


5 


45 


7.05 


6.25 


6.60 


8.20 


30x8 


5 


75 


6 


15 


7.95 


7.05 


7.45 


9.25 


30x10 


6 


40 


6 


80 


8.85 


7.85 


8.25 


10.30 


36x4 


5 


50 


5 


90 


7.65 


6.75 


7.15 


8.90 


36x5 


5 


70 


6 


15 


7.95 


7.00 


7.40 


9.25 


36x6 


5 


95 


6. 


35 


8.25 


7.30 


7 70 


9 60 


36x8 


6 


40 


6 


80 


8.85 


7.85 


8.25 


10 30 


36x10 


7 


25 


7. 


80 


10 05 


8.90 


9 40 


11.70 



C 


Complete 1 Piece 




Complete 2 Piece 




BO Basebo 


ard 


n 


BT Baseboard 


with Ji" Projecting Flanges 


with %" Projecting Flanges 


Black 




Electro 






Electro 


White 


Plated 


Black 


White 


Plated 


Japanned 


Japanned, 


Ox. Copper 


Japanned 


Japanned, 


Ox. Copper 


or 


Oak, or 


Nickel 


or 


Oak, or 


Nickel 




Lacquered 




Prime 


Lacquered 


Brass 


Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


Coat 


Finishes 




$2.65 


$2.80 


$3.55 


$2.85 


$3.00 


$3 . 75 


2.50 


2.65 


3.35 


2.70 


2.85 


3 .55 


2.65 


2.80 


3.55 


2.85 


3^00 


3*75 


2.75 


2.95 


3.70 


3.00 


3.20 


3.95 


3.00 


3.15 


4.00 


3.25 


3.40 


4.25 


2.65 


2.80 


3 .55 


2 85 


% fin 


Q 7C 
A . (D 


2.85 


3^05 


3^85 


3 05 


3.25 


4 05 


3.00 


3.15 


4.00 


3.25 


3 40 


4^25 


3.30 


3.50 


4.40 


3.55 


3.75 


4.65 


3.50 


3.70 


4.70 


3.75 


3.95 


4^95 


4.00 


4,25 


5.35 


4.35 


4.60 


5. 70 


2.75 


2.95 


3.70 


3 .00 


3 .20 


3 95 


3.00 


3.15 


4.00 


3.25 


3.40 


4.25 


3.30 


3.50 


4.40 


3.55 


3 75 


4 65 


3.50 


3.70 


4.70 


3.75 


3.95 


4.95 


4.50 


4.80 


6.05 


4.85 


5.15 


6.40 


2.85 


3.05 


3.85 


3 05 


3.25 


4.05 


3.15 


3.35 


4.20 


3.40 


3 60 


4^45 


3.50 


3.70 


4.70 


3 . 75 


3.95 


4.95 


4.00 


4.25 


5.35 


4.30 


4.55 


5.70 


4.75 


5.05 


6.35 


5.15 


5.40 


6.75 


3.00 


3.15 


4.00 


3 25 


3.40 


4.25 


3.30 


3.50 


4.40 


3.55 


3 75 


4 65 


3 80 


4,00 


5.05 


4.10 


4.30 


5.35 


4.50 


4.75 


6.05 


4.85 


5 15 


6 40 


5.15 


5.45 


6.85 


5.55 


5.85 


7 30 


3.30 


3.50 


4.40 


3 55 


3 75 


4.65 


3.50 


3.70 


4,70 


3.75 


3.95 


4 95 


4.25 


4.50 


5.70 


4.60 


4.85 


6.05 


5.00 


5.30 


6.70 


5 40 


5.70 


7.10 


5 50 


5,85 


7.35 


5.95 


6.25 


7.80 


3.50 


3.70 


4.70 


3.80 


4 00 


4.95 


3.75 


4.00 


5.05 


4.05 


4.30 


5 35 


4.50 


4.80 


6.05 


4.85 


5.15 


6.40 


5.25 


5.55 


7.15 


5.65 


6.00 


7.45 


5.75 


6.10 


7.70 


6.20 


6.65 


8.15 


3.80 


4.00 


5.05 


4 10 


4.30 


5.35 


4.00 


4.25 


5.35 


4.35 


4.60 


5 70 


4.80 


5.05 


6.40 


5.15 


5.40 


6 75 


5.50 


5.80 


7.35 


5.95 


6.25 


7.80 


6.00 


6.35 


8.05 


6.50 


6.85 


8.50 


4.00 


4.25 


5.35 


4.30 


4 55 


5.70 


4.25 


4.50 


5.70 


4 60 


4.85 


6.05 


5.00 


5.30 


6.70 


5.40 


5.70 


7.10 


6.00 


6.35 


8.05 


6.50 


6.85 


8.50 


6.50 


6.90 


8.70 


7.00 


7.40 


9.25 


4.25 


4.50 


5.70 


4.60 


4.85 


6.05 


4.75 


5.05 


6.35 


5.15 


5.40 


6 75 


5.50 


5.85 


7.35 


5.95 


6.25 


7.80 


6.00 


6.35 


8.05 


6.50 


6.85 


8.50 


7.00 


7.40 


9.40 


7.55 


8.00 


9.95 


4.65 


4.90 


6.20 


5.05 


5.30 


6.60 


5.00 


5.30 


6.70 


5.40 


5.70 


7.10 


5.80 


6.10 


7.75 


6.25 


6.60 


8.20 


6.50 


6.90 


8.70 


7.05 


7.45 


9.25 


7.30 


7.70 


9.75 


7.85 


8.25 


10.30 


6.25 


6.65 


8.40 


6.75 


7.15 


8.90 


6.50 


6.90 


8.70 


7.00 


7.40 


9.25 


6.75 


7.15 


9.05 


7.30 


7.70 


9.60 


7.25 


7.70 


9.70 


7.85 


8.25 


10.30 


8.25 


8 75 


11.05 


8.90 


9 40 


11 70 



Additional sizes can be furnished. 



-( Page 24 )- 



Independent "Fabricated" Air Conditioning Registers 

REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 

Nos. 211-311-321-Grille Bars Permanently Set for Straight Outward Flow 



AH Registers are Complete — With Single Valves and Setting Frames for Sidewall & Baseboard Installation. 
Baseboard Registers Complete One and Two Piece Styles with Y% f Side and Top Projecting Flanges. 



To Fit 
Stackhead 

C:__. 
(Horizontal 
Dimension 
First) 
Inches 


r Complete with 
fc WO Wall Frame 


P Complete with 
P WX or WT Wall Frame 
or BX Base Frame 


fl Complete 1 Piece 

|| BO Baseboard 

*" with %" Projecting Flanges 


Complete 2 Piece 
H BT Baseboard 

with J4" Projecting Flanges 


Black 
Japanned 
or 

Coat 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
I jtiot \ u drcc.1 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 

Bronze 


Black 
Japanned 

or 

Coat 


White 
Japanned, 
Oak, or 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 

Bronze 


Black 
Japanned 
or 

Coat 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Laccjiiercd 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 

Bronze 


Black 
Japanned 
or 

Coat 




White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Lscqu ©red 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Dx. Copper 
Nickel 

Bronze 


8x6 


$2.55 


$2.70 


$3.45 


$3.10 


$3.25 


$4.00 


$2.90 


$3.05 


$3.80 


$3.10 


$3.25 


$4,00 


10x4 


2.45 


2.60 


3.30 


2.95 


3.10 


3.80 


2.75 


2.90 


3,60 


2.95 


3.10 


3.80 


10x5 


2.55 


2.70 


3.45 


3.10 


3.25 


4.00 


2.90 


3.05 


3.80 


3.10 


3.25 


4.00 


10x6 


2.75 


2.95 


3.70 


3.30 


3.50 


4.25 


3.05 


3.25 


4.00 


3.30 


3.50 


4.25 


10x8 


2.95 


3.10 


3.95 


3.55 


3.70 


4.55 


3.30 


3.45 


4.30 


3.55 


3.70 


4.55 


12x4 


2.55 


2.70 


3.45 


3.10 


3.25 


4.00 


2.90 


3.05 


3.80 


3.10 


3.25 


4.00 


12x5 


2.80 


3.00 


3.80 


3.35 


3.55 


4.35 


3.15 


3.35 


4.15 


3.35 


3.55 


4.35 


12x6 


2.95 


3.10 


3.95 


3.55 


3.70 


4.55 


3.30 


3.45 


4.30 


3.55 


3.70 


4.55 


12x8 


3.25 


3.45 


4.35 


3.90 


4.10 


5.00 


3.65 


3.85 


4.75 


3.90 


4.10 


5.00 


12x9 


3.40 


3.60 


4.60 


4.10 


4.30 


5.30 


3.85 


4.05 


5.05 


4.10 


4.30 


5.30 


12x10 


3.95 


4.20 


5.30 


4.75 


5.00 


6.10 


4.40 


4.65 


5.75 


4.75 


5.00 


6.10 


14x4 


2.75 


2.95 


3.70 


3.30 


3.50 


4.25 


3.05 


3.25 


4.00 


3.30 


3.50 


4.25 


14x5 


2.95 


3.10 


3.95 


3.55 


3.70 


4.55 


3.30 


3.45 


4.30 


3.55 


3.70 


4.55 


14x6 


3.25 


3.45 


4.35 


3.90 


4.10 


5.00 


3.65 


3.85 


4.75 


3 90 


4.10 


5.00 


14x8 


3.40 


3.60 


4.60 


4.10 


4.30 


5.30 


3.85 


4.05 


5.05 


4.10 


4.30 


5.30 


14x10 


4.40 


4.70 


5.95 


5.30 


5.60 


6.85 


4.95 


5 25 


6.50 


5.30 


5.60 


6.85 


16x4 


2.80 


3.00 


3.80 


3.35 


3.55 


4.35 


3.15 


3.35 


4.15 


3.35 


3.55 


4.35 


16x5 


3.10 


3.30 


4.15 


3.70 


3.90 


4.75 


3.45 


3.65 


4.50 


3.70 


3.90 


4.75 


16x6 


3.40 


3.60 


4.60 


4.10 


4,30 


5.30 


3.85 


4.05 


5.05 


4.10 


4.30 


5.30 


16x8 


3.90 


4.15 


5.30 


4.70 


4.95 


6.10 


4.40 


4.65 


5.75 


4.70 


4.95 


6.10 


16x10 


4.65 


4.95 


6.25 


5.60 


5.90 


7.20 


5.25 


5.50 


6.85 


5.60 


5.90 


7.20 


18x4 


2.95 


3.10 


3.95 


3.55 


3.70 


4.55 


3.30 


3.45 


4.30 


3.55 


3.70 


4.55 


18x5 


3.25 


3.45 


4.35 


3,90 


4.10 


5.00 


3.65 


3.85 


4.75 


3.90 


4.10 


5.00 


18x6 


3.75 


3.95 


5.00 


4.50 


4.70 


5.75 


4.20 


4.40 


5.45 


4.50 


4.70 


5.75 


18x8 


4.40 


4.70 


5.95 


5.30 


5.60 


6.85 


4.95 


5.20 


6.50 


5,30 


5.60 


6.85 


18x10 


5.00 


5.35 


6.75 


6.05 


6.35 


7.80 


5.65 


5.95 


7.40 


6,05 


6.35 


7.80 


20x4 


3.25 


3.45 


4.35 


3.90 


4.10 


5.00 


3.65 


3.85 


4.75 


3.90 


4.10 


5.00 


20x5 


3.40 


3 60 


4.60 


4.10 


4.30 


5.30 


3.85 


4.05 


5.05 


4.10 


4.30 


5.30 


20x6 


4.20 


4.45 


5.65 


5.05 


5.30 


6.50 


4.70 


4.95 


6.15 


5.05 


5,30 


6.50 


20x8 


4 90 


5.20 


6.60 


5.90 


6 20 


7 60 


5.50 


5.80 


7.20 


5.90 


6.20 


7.60 


20x10 


5.40 


5.70 


7.25 


6.50 


6.80 


8.35 


6.05 


6.40 


7.90 


6.50 


6.80 


8.35 


22x4 


3.45 


3.65 


4.60 


4.15 


4.35 


5.30 


3.85 


4.05 


5.05 


4.15 


4.35 


5.30 


22x5 


3.70 


3.90 


4.95 


4.45 


4.65 


5.70 


4.15 


4.35 


5.40 


4.45 


4.65 


5.70 


22x6 


4.40 


4.70 


5,95 


5.30 


5.60 


6.85 


4.95 


5.25 


6.50 


5.30 


5.60 


6.85 


22x8 


5 15 


5.45 


6.95 


6.20 


6.50 


8.00 


5.80 


6.10 


7.55 


6.20 


6.50 


8.00 


22x10 


5.65 


6 00 


7.60 


6.80 


7.15 


8.75 


6.35 


6.65 


8.30 


6.80 


7.15 


8.75 


24x4 


3.75 


3.95 


5.00 


4.50 


4.70 


5.75 


4.20 


4.40 


5.45 


4.50 


4.70 


5,75 


24x5 


3.95 


4.20 


5.30 


4.75 


5.00 


6.10 


4.40 


4.65 


5.75 


4.75 


5.00 


6.10 


24x6 


4 70 


4.95 


6.30 


5.65 


5.90 


7.25 


5 30 


5.55 


6.90 


5.65 


5.90 


7.25 


24x8 


5.40 


5.70 


7.25 


6.50 


6.80 


8.35 


6.05 


6.35 


7.90 


6.50 


6 80 


8.35 


24x10 


5.90 


6.25 


7.90 


7.10 


7.45 


9.10 


6.60 


6.95 


8.65 


7.10 


7.45 


9.10 


26x4 


3.90 


4.15 


5.30 


4.70 


4.95 


6.10 


4.40 


4.65 


5.75 


4,70 


4.95 


6.10 


26x5 


4.15 


4.40 


5.60 


5.00 


5.25 


6.45 


4.70 


4.95 


6.10 


5.00 


5.25 


6,45 


26x6 


4.90 


5.20 


6.60 


5.90 


6.20 


7.60 


5.50 


5.80 


7.20 


5.90 


6.20 


7.60 


26x8 


5.90 


6.25 


7.90 


7.10 


7.45 


9 10 


6.60 


6.95 


8.65 


7.10 


7.45 


9.10 


26x10 


6.35 


6.75 


8.60 


7.65 


8.05 


9.90 


7.15 


7.55 


9.35 


7.65 


8.05 


9.90 


28x4 


4.15 


4.40 


5.60 


5.00 


5.25 


6.45 


4.70 


4.95 


6.10 


5.00 


5,25 


6.45 


28x5 


4.65 


4.95 


6.25 


5.60 


5.90 


7.20 


5,25 


5.50 


6.85 


5.60 


5.90 


7.20 


28x6 


5.40 


5.70 


7.25 


6.50 


6.80 


8.35 


6.05 


6.40 


7.90 


6.50 


6.80 


8.35 


28x8 


5.90 


6.25 


7.90 


7.10 


7.45 


9.10 


6.60 


6.95 


8.65 


7.10 


7.45 


9.10 


28x10 


6.85 


7.30 


9.25 


8.25 


8.70 


10.65 


7.70 


8.10 


10.10 


8.25 


8.70 


10.65 


30x4 


4.55 


4.80 


6.10 


5.50 


5.75 


7.05 


5.10 


5.35 


6.65 


5.50 


5.75 


7.05 


30x5 


4.90 


5.20 


6.60 


5.90 


6.20 


7.60 


5.50 


5.80 


7.20 


5.90 


6.20 


7.60 


30x6 


5.70 


6.05 


7.65 


6.85 


7.20 


8.80 


6 40 


6.75 


8.35 


6 85 


7.20 


8.80 


30x8 


6.40 


6.80 


8.60 


7.70 


8.10 


9.90 


7.15 


7.55 


9.35 


7.70 


8.10 


9.90 


30x10 


7.15 


7.55 


9.60 


8.60 


9.00 


11.05 


8.05 


8.45 


10.50 


8.60 


9.00 


11.05 


36x4 


6.15 


6 50 


8.25 


7.40 


7.75 


9.50 


6.90 


7.25 


9.00 


7.40 


7.75 


9.50 


36x5 


6.35 


6.75 


8.60 


7.65 


8.05 


9.90 


7.15 


7.55 


9.35 


7.65 


8.05 


9.90 


36x6 


6.60 


7.00 


8.90 


7.95 


8.35 


10.25 


7.45 


7.85 


9.70 


7.95 


8.35 


10.25 


36x8 


7.10 


7.55 


9.55 


8.55 


9.00 


11.00 


8.00 


8.40 


10.45 


8.55 


9.00 


11.00 


36x10 


8.10 


8.60 


10.90 


9.75 


10.25 


12.55 


9.10 


9.55 


11.90 


9.75 


10.25 


12.55 



Additional sizes can be furnished. 



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Independent "Fabricated" Air Conditioning Registers 

REG. U. S. PAT, OFFICE 

No, 311-A and No. 321-A— Adjustable Directed Air Flow Registers 

The No. 321-A grille bars may be adjusted to direct the air flow to any desired degree to 45°, either 
right or left; the No. 311-A adjusts to direct the flow to 45° either up or down. 

All Registers are Complete — With Single Valves and Setting Frames for Sidewall & Baseboard Installation. 



To Fit 
Stackhcad 

Size: 
(Horizontal 
Di mcnsion 
First) 
Inches 


Complete with 
# WO Wall Frame 


Black 
Japanned 
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Prime 
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White 
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7.20 


28x6 


6 


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8.35 


28x8 


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9.10 


28x10 


8 


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10.65 


30x4 


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7.05 


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7.60 


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8.75 


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9 


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12.55 





Complete with 




It WX or WT Wall Frame 


or BX Base Frame 










Electro 


Black 


White 


Plated 


Japanned 


Japanned, 


Ox. Copper 


or 


Oak, or 


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Brass 


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Bronze 


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6 


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5.85 


6 


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7 


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8.30 


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14. 


20 



1 Complete 1 Piece 




Complete 2 Piece 




BO Baseboard 


M 


BT Baseboard 


with J4" Projecting Flanges 


1,1 with %" Projecting Flanges 






Electro 






Electro 


Black 


White 


Plated 


Black 


White 


Plated 


Japanned 


Japanned, 


Ox. Copper 


Japanned 


Japanned, 


Ox. Coppe 


or 


Oak, or 


Nickel 




Oak, or 


Nickel 


Prime 


Lacquered 


Brass 


Prime 


Lacquered 


Brass 


Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


$3 . 40 


$3 . 60 


$4.30 


$3 . 60 


$3 . 80 


$4.50 


q 9C 

. ZD 


q An 
o . 4U 


A 1 A 

4 . 1U 


o .45 


3 .60 


4.30 


3 40 


3 55 


4 10 
. o\J 


O , UV 


1 ftA 
O . OU 


A CA 
4 . DU 


3 .60 


o , i o 


4 ^O 

4; . OU 


1 RA 

o . OU 


1 QC 
o . yo 


A 7C 
4. to 


3 90 


4 10 


4 00 


A 1 <^ 
4 . XO 


A Id 
4 . OU 


C 1 C 
. ID 


3 .40 


3.55 


4.30 


3.60 


3.80 


4.50 


Q 7C 
O . to 


q nn 

o . yu 


A 7A 

4 . 70 


5 AC 

d . yo 


4. 15 


4.95 


3 .90 


4 1 


4 OA 


l . 1 o 


A 3A 
4 . DU 


C 1 c 
D . 10 


4.25 


4 40 


D . OD 


A ^A 
4 . OU 


A 7A 

4 . rU 


C i£A 
5 .OU 


4 55 


4 . 75 


o . to 


A H<^ 
4? . OD 


C AC 
D . UO 


A AA 

. uu 


5 20 


^ 4^ 


U . DO 


C.A 
D . OU 


C 7C 
. (0 


£L OA 

o.yu 


Q Af\ 
o . oU 


o . 75 


4.50 


3 .80 


3 .95 


4.75 


3 QO 

o . yu 


4 10 


A OA 

4 . yu 


A 1 ^ 
4 . 10 


A 3A 
4 . oil 


C 1 c 
5 . Id 


4.25 


4 40 


^ 3^ 

J . OJ 


A ^A 
4 . DU 


A 7A 


C AA 
. OU 


4.55 


4 7^ 
*± . t o 


^ 7^ 
o . to 


4 ftcr 
4 , OO 


C AC 
D , UO 


/v AA 

o. UU 


5 85 


ft 10 


7 40 


A 9A 


A CA 
O . DU 


7 7C 

/ . /5 


Q 7C 
O . (O 


Q OA 

O . yu 


4. 70 


3 .95 


4. 15 


4.95 


4 OC 


4 9^ 


O . ID 


A QA 
4 . OU 


A CA 
4 . OU 


C A A 
O . 4U 


4 ^ 


4 7^ 


^ 7^ 
D . i J 


4 . OD 


C AC 
O . UD 


AA 


5 20 


5 45 


ft ^ 
U . DO 


^ e;a 

O . DU 


C 7C 
D . iO 


A OA 

o . yu 


6.20 


f\ 4^ 


7 «A 


O . DO 


A ttC 
O . OO 


. 15 


OA 

o . vu 


A 1 A 

4 . 1U 


A AA 


A IE 

4 . 15 


4.30 


5. 15 


4. 25 


4 40 


D . DO 


A CA 
4 . OU 


A 7A 
4 . /U 


C *£A 
5 . OU 


4 00 


^ 10 

O . JL\J 


6 1 ^ 

O . ID 


K 9A 
D . ZU 


C AA 
D . 4U 


A y4C 

O. 45 


5 .85 


6. 10 


7 40 


A 9A 
O . ZU 


^ CA 
O . OU 


7 7C 
/ . /5 


6^65 




ft Aft 


7 AC 
/ . UD 


7 AA 
/ . 4U 


Q QA 
O . OU 


A 9^ 
4 . ZO 


A Af\ 

4 . 4U 


D . OO 


4.50 


4. 70 


5.60 


4 55 


4.75 


^ 7=1 

3 . 1 J 


4 ftC 
4> . OO 


C OC 

D . UO 


A AA 
O . UU 


5 55 


^ RO 


A 0^ 

U . ?J 


O . OD 


A 1 A 

O . XU 


7 3A 
/ . OU 


6 50 


6.80 


8 20 


A OA 

o . y\j 


7 90 


ft AA 
O . OU 


7 15 


7.50 


o oo 


7 aA 

i . OU 


7 OA 

i . y\j 


O AC 

y . 40 


A 

4< . OD 


A 

4. (0 


O . /D 


4 . 85 


C AC 

5 . 05 


6.00 


4.90 


5 10 


A 1 ^ 

U . 1J 


C 9A 
o . ^u 


C AA 
D . 4U 


A AC 
. 40 


5^85 


6. 10 


7 40 


A 9A 


f\ CA 
U . OU 


7 7C 
/ . to 


6*85 


7 15 


8 .60 


7 2C 


7 CC 
< . jj 


O AC 

y . uo 


7 50 


7 .80 


A^ 


7 QC 

* . yo 


ft ^O 
O . OU 


O QA 

y . yu 


A OA 

4 . yu 


^ 1 A 

o . iu 


O . Id 


C OA 

5 . ZO 


5.40 


6.45 


5 .20 


5.45 


A 

u . oo 


C CO 

J , JU 


C 7C 
J . (J 


A OA 

o . yu 


6.20 


6.45 


7 80 


A CC 

U . DD 


A ftC 

O . oD 


ft 1 c 
O . ID 


7. 15 


7 ^0 


Q OO 


7 AA 
*; . OU 


7 OA 

i . yu 


O AC 

y . 40 


7.80 


QIC 
O . ID 


y . oo 


Si 1 A 
O . DU 


ft AC 
o . OD 


1 A QA 
1U . OU 


5 20 


5.45 


6 55 


5 50 


C 7C 

o . to 


A QA 
o . yo 


5.55 


5^80 


6 95 


5^85 


6.10 


7.30 


6.50 


6.80 


8.20 


6.90 


7.20 


8.60 


7.80 


8.15 


9.85 


8.30 


8.65 


10.30 


8.45 


8.85 


10.65 


9.00 


9.35 


11.20 


5.55 


5.80 


6.95 


5.85 


6.10 


7.30 


6.20 


6.45 


7.80 


6.55 


6.85 


8.15 


7.15 


7.50 


9 . 00 


7.60 


7.90 


9.45 


7.80 


8.15 


9.85 


8.30 


8.65 


10.30 


9.10 


9.50 


11.50 


9.65 


10.10 


12.05 


6.00 


6.30 


7.60 


6.40 


6.65 


7.95 


6.50 


6.80 


8.20 


6.90 


7.20 


8.60 


7.50 


7.80 


9.45 


7.95 


8.30 


9.90 


8.45 


8.85 


10.65 


9.00 


9.35 


11.20 


9.45 


9.85 


11.90 


10.00 


10.45 


12 . 50 


8.15 


8.50 


10.25 


8.65 


9.00 


10.75 


8.45 


8.85 


10.65 


9.00 


9.35 


11.20 


8.80 


9.20 


11.05 


9.30 


9.70 


11.60 


9.45 


9.85 


11.90 


10.00 


10.45 


12.45 


10.75 


11.20 


13.55 


11.40 


11.90 


14.20 



Additional sizes can be furnished. 



Independent "Fabricated" Fine Mesh Air Conditioning Registers 

REG. U. S, PAT. OFFICE 

No. 312 and No. 322 with Grille Bars permanently set for either Straight Outward 

or Directed Air Flow 

All Registers are Complete — With Single Valves and Setting Frames for Sidewall & Baseboard Installation. 
Baseboard Registers Complete One and Two Piece Styles with J^" Side and Top Projecting Flanges. 



Complete with 
WO Wall Frame 







Complete with 
WX or WT Wall Frame 
or BX Base Frame 



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Black 
Japanned 

or 

Coat 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 

Bronze 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 
Brass 
Bronze 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 
Brass 
Bronze 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Coppe 
Nickel 
Br att 
B run z c 


8x6 


$3.55 


$3. 


70 


$4.45 


$4 


10 


$4 


25 


$5 


00 


S3 


90 


$4 


05 


$4 


80 


$4 


10 


$4 


25 


$5.00 


10x4 


3.40 


3 


55 


4.25 


3 


90 


4 


05 


4 


75 


3 


70 


3 


85 


4 


55 


3 


90 


4 


05 


4.75 


10x5 


3.55 


3 


70 


4.45 


4 


10 


4 


25 


5 


00 


3 


90 


4 


05 


4 


80 


4 


10 


4 


25 


s!oo 


10x6 


3,75 


3 


95 


4.70 


4 


30 


4 


50 


5 


25 


4 


05 


4 


25 


5 


00 


4 


30 


4 


50 


5.25 


10x8 


4.10 


4 


25 


5.10 


4 


70 


4 


85 


5 


70 


4 


45 


4 


60 


5 


45 


4 


70 


4 


85 


5.70 


12x4 


3 .55 


3 


70 


4 45 


4 


10 


4 


25 


5 


00 


3 


90 


4 


05 


4 


80 


4 


10 


4 




^ flA 

i> . uu 


12x5 


3^90 


4 


10 


4^90 


4 


45 


4 


65 


5 


45 


4 


25 


4 


45 


5 


25 


4 


45 


4 


65 


5 .45 


12x6 


4.10 


4 


25 


5.10 


4 


70 


4 


85 


5 


70 


4 


45 


4 


60 


5 


45 


4 


70 


4 


85 


5^70 


12x8 


4.45 


4 


65 


5.55 


5 


10 


5 


30 


6.20 


4 


85 


5 


05 


5 


95 


5 


10 


5 


30 


6.20 


12x9 


4.75 


4 


95 


5.95 


5 


45 


5 


65 


6.65 


5 


20 


5 


40 


6 


40 


5 


45 


5 


65 


6.65 


12x10 


5.45 


5 


70 


6.80 


6 


25 


6 


50 


7.60 


5 


90 


6 


15 


7 


25 


6 


25 


6 


50 


7.60 


14x4 


3.75 


3 


95 


4.70 


4 


30 


4 


50 


5 


oe 
25 


4 


05 


4 


25 


5 


00 


4 


30 


4 


50 


5.25 


14x5 


4.10 


4 


25 


5.10 


4 


70 


4 


85 


5 


"7A 

70 


4 


45 


4 


60 


5 


45 


4 


70 


4 


85 


5^70 


14x6 


4.45 


4 


65 


5.55 


5 


10 


5 


30 







4 


85 


5 


05 


5 


95 


5 


10 


5 


30 


6.20 


14x8 


4.75 


4 


95 


5.95 


5 


45 


5 


65 


O 


o5 


5 


20 


5 


40 


6 


40 


5 


45 


5 


65 


6.65 


14x10 


6.10 


6 


40 


7.65 


7 


00 


7 


30 


ft 
O 




6 


65 


6 


95 


8 


20 


7 


00 


7 


30 


8.55 


16x4 


3.90 


4 


10 


4.90 


4 


45 


4.65 


5 


A C 

45 


4 


25 


4 


45 


5 


25 


4 


45 


4 


65 


5 45 


16x5 


4.30 


4 


50 


5.35 


4 


90 


5 


10 


5 


QC 

yi> 


4 


65 


4 


85 


5 


70 


4 


90 


5 


10 


5^95 


16x6 


4.75 


4 


95 


5.95 


5 


45 


5 


65 


O 


tie 
o5 


5 


20 


5 


40 


6 


40 


5 


45 


5 


65 


6.65 


16x8 


5.45 


5 


70 


6.80 


6 


25 


6 


50 


7 


oO 


5 


90 


6 


15 


7 


30 


6 


25 


6 


50 


7.60 


16x10 


6.45 


6 


75 


8.10 


7 


40 


7 


70 


Q 


l/D 


7 


05 


7 


30 


8 


65 


7 


40 


7 


70 


9.05 


18x4 


4.10 


4 


25 


5.10 


4 


70 


4.85 


r 
5 


70 


4 


45 


4 


60 


5 


45 


4 


70 


4 


85 


5.70 


18x5 


4.45 


4 


65 


5.55 


5 


10 


5 


30 


O 




4 


85 


5 


05 


5 


95 


5 


10 


5 


30 


6^20 


18x6 


5.15 


5 


35 


6.40 


5 


90 


6 


10 


7 


15 


5 


60 


5 


80 


6 


85 


5 


90 


6 


10 


7.15 


18x8 


6.10 


6 


40 


7.65 


7 


00 


7 


30 


8 


55 


6 


65 


6 


95 


8 


20 


7 


00 


7 


30 


8.55 


18x10 


6.95 


7 


30 


8.70 


8 


00 


8 


30 


Q 


7^ 
i 


7 


60 


7 


90 


9 


35 


8 


00 


8 


30 


9.75 


20x4 


4.45 


4 


65 


5.55 


5 


10 


5 


30 


6 


20 


4 


85 


5 


05 


5 


95 


5 


10 


5 


30 


6.20 


20x5 


4.75 


4 


95 


5.95 


5 


45 


5 


65 


6 


65 


5 


20 


5 


40 


6 


40 


5 


45 


5 


65 


6^65 


20x6 


5.80 


6 


05 


7.25 


6 


65 


6 


90 


8 


10 


6 


30 


6 


55 


7 


75 


6 


65 


6 


90 


8.10 


20x8 


6.80 


7 


10 


8.50 


7 


80 


8 


10 


9 


50 


7 


40 


7 


70 


9 


10 


7 


80 


8 


10 


9.50 


20x10 


7.50 


7 


80 


9.35 


8 


60 


8 


90 


10 


45 


8 


15 


8 


45 


10 


00 


8 


60 


8 


90 


10.45 


22x4 


4.75 


4 


95 


5.95 


5 


45 


5 


65 


6 


65 


5 


20 


5 


40 


6 


35 


5 


45 


5 


65 


6.65 


22x5 


5.10 


5 


35 


6.40 


5 


85 


6 


10 


7 


15 


5 


55 


5 


80 


6 


85 


5 


85 


6 


10 


7^15 


22x6 


6.10 


6 


40 


7.65 


7 


00 


7 


30 


8 


55 


6 


65 


6 


95 


8 


20 


7 


00 


7 


30 


8.55 


22x8 


7.15 


7 


45 


8.95 


8 


20 


8 


50 


10 


00 


7 


75 


8 


10 


9 


55 


8 


20 


8 


50 


10.00 


22x10 


7.80 


8 


15 


9.80 


8 


95 


9 


30 


10 


95 


8 


50 


8 


85 


10 


45 


8 


95 


9 


30 


10.95 


24x4 


5.15 


5 


35 


6.40 


5 


90 


6 


10 


7 


15 


5 


60 


5 


80 


6 


85 


5 


90 


6 


10 


7.15 


24x5 


5.45 


5 


70 


6.80 


6 


25 


6 


50 


7 


60 


5 


90 


6 


15 


7 


25 


6 


25 


6 


50 


7! 60 


24x6 


6.50 


6 


75 


8.10 


7 


45 


7 


70 


9 


05 


7 


10 


I 


35 


8 


70 


7 


45 


7 


70 


9.05 


24x8 


7.50 


7 


80 


9.35 


8 


60 


8.90 


10 


45 


8 


15 


8 


45 


10 


00 


8 


60 


8 


90 


10.45 


24x10 


8.15 


8 


50 


10.20 


9 


35 


9 


70 


11 


40 


8 


90 


9 


25 


10 


90 


9 


35 


9 


70 


11.40 


26x4 


5.45 


5 


70 


6.80 


6 


25 


6.50 


7 


60 


5 


90 


6 


15 


7 


30 


6 


25 


6 


50 


7 60 


26x5 


5.80 


6 


05 


7.25 


6 


65 


6.90 


8 


10 


6 


30 


6 


55 


7 


75 


6 


65 


6 


90 


8*10 


26x6 


6.80 


7 


10 


8.50 


7 


80 


8 


10 


9 


50 


7 


40 


7 


70 


9 


10 


7 


80 


8 


10 


9.50 


26x8 


8.15 


8 


50 


10.20 


9 


35 


9 


70 


11 


40 


8 


90 


9 


25 


10 


90 


9 


35 


9 


70 


11.40 


26x10 


8.85 


9 


25 


11.05 


10 


15 


10 


55 


12 


35 


9 


60 


10 


00 


11 


85 


10 


15 


10 


55 


12.35 


28x4 


5.80 


6 


05 


7.25 


6 


65 


6.90 


8 


10 


6 


30 


6 


55 


7 


75 


6 


65 


6 


90 


8.10 


28x5 


6.45 


6 


75 


8.10 


7 


40 


7 


70 


9 


05 


7 


05 


7 


30 


8 


65 


7 


40 


7 


70 


9.05 


28x6 


7.50 


7 


80 


9.35 


8 


60 


8.90 


10 


45 


8 


15 


8 


45 


10 


00 


8 


60 


8 


90 


10.45 


28x8 


8.15 


8 


50 


10.20 


9 


35 


9 


70 


11 


40 


8 


90 


9 


25 


10 


90 


9 


35 


9 


70 


11.40 


28x10 


9.50 


9 


95 


11.90 


10 


90 


11 


35 


13 


30 


10 


35 


10 


80 


12 


75 


ro 


90 


11 


35 


13.30 


30x4 


6.30 


6 


55 


7.85 


7 


25 


7 


50 


8 


80 


6 


85 


7 


10 


8 


40 


n 


25 


7 


50 


8.80 


30x5 


6.80 


7 


10 


8.50 


7 


80 


8 


10 


9 


50 


7 


40 


7 


70 


9 


10 


7 


80 


8 


10 


9.50 


30x6 


7.85 


8 


20 


9.80 


9 


00 


9 


35 


10 


95 


8 


55 


8 


90 


10 


50 


9 


00 


9 


35 


10.95 


30x8 


8,85 


9 


25 


11.05 


10 


15 


10 


55 


12 


35 


9 


60 


10 


00 


11 


80 


10 


15 


10 


55 


12.35 


30x10 


9.90 


10 


30 


12.35 


11 


35 


11 


75 


13 


80 


10 


80 


11 


20 


13 


25 


11 


35 


11 


75 


13.80 


36x4 


8.50 


8 


90 


10.65 


9 


75 


10 


15 


11 


90 


9 


25 


9 


65 


11 


40 


9 


75 


10 


15 


11.90 


36x5 


8.85 


9 


25 


11.05 


10 


15 


10 


55 


12 


35 


9 


60 


10 


00 


11 


85 


10 


15 


10 


55 


12 35 


36x6 


9.20 


9 


60 


11.50 


10 


55 


10.95 


12 


85 


10 


00 


10 


40 


12 


30 


10 


55 


10 


95 


12.85 


36x8 


9.85 


10 


30 


12.35 


11 


30 


11 


75 


13 


80 


10 


75 


11 


15 


13 


20 


11 


30 


11 


75 


13.80 


36x10 


11.20 


11 


70 


14.05 


12 


85 


13 


35 


15 


70 


12 


20 


12 


70 


15 


00 


12 


85 


13 


35 


15.70 



p 



Complete 1 Piece 
BO Baseboard 
with %" Projecting Flanges 



Q 



Complete 2 Piece 
BT Baseboard 
with Projecting Flanges 



Additional sizes can be furnished 



< Page 27 > 



Independent Wall Grilles or Return Air Intakes 

NO VALVES. NO WALL FRAMES. 
Suitable for outlets when no valves are required. 



To Fit 



R 



Nos. 300 WG and 201 WG or RAI 
"Fahrikated" Noa. 82, 58 
Wrt StLWG or RAI 



s 



Nob. 211, 311, 321 WG 
or RAI "Fabrikated" 



Size: 
(Horizontal 
Dimension 
First) 
Inches 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 
Brass 
Bronze 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 

Coat 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 
Brass 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 

\* 1 IllrtJ ICR 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 
Brass 
Bronze 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 

Coat 


White 

T a 1 1 'i M r l **i i 

J a|JaLlIlCvl f 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 
Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 
Brass 
Bronze 


8x6 


$120 


$1.35 


$2.10 


$1.45 


$1.60 


$2.35 


$2 . 00 


$2. 15 


$2.90 


$2 . 45 


$2 60 


$3 .35 


10x4 


1.15 


1.30 


2.00 


1 .40 


1.55 


2 .25 


x . yu 


9 0^ 

. UO 


9 7^ 
- . to 


9 3^ 


Z . ou 


O . ZU 


10x5 


1,20 


1*35 


2*10 


1*45 


1*60 


2*35 


2.00 


2. 15 


2.90 


2 .45 


2 .60 


3 35 


10x6 


1.25 


1.45 


2.20 


1.55 


1.75 


2.50 


2.10 


2.25 


3.05 


2.55 


2 . 75 


3 50 


10x8 


1.40 


1.55 


2.40 


1.70 


1.85 


2.70 


2.30 


2*45 


3 .30 


2 .85 


3 00 


3 85 


12x4 


1 20 


1 35 


9 in 


1 d^ 


i frf\ 

x . OU 


9 3^ 
z, .oo 


9 ftft 
z . uu 


z . 1 ,> 


Aft 

z . 90 


2 . 45 


2 .60 


3 .35 


12x5 


1*30 


1*50 


2.30 


1.60 


1.80 


2 .60 


2 .20 


2.35 


3 15 


9 7ft 

Z . (U 


9 Oft 

Z . yu 


Q 7ft 
. tu 


12x6 


1*40 


1*55 


2*40 


1*70 


1 .85 


2/70 


2 *30 


2*45 


3.30 


2 .85 


3 .00 


3 .85 


12x8 


1.50 


1.70 


2.60 


1.85 


2.05 


2.95 


2.45 


2.65 


3*60 


3.05 


3 .25 


4. 15 


12x9 


1,60 


1.80 


2.80 


1.95 


2.15 


3,15 


2.65 


2.85 


3.85 


3.30 


3 .50 


4. 50 


12x10 


1.85 


2.10 


3.20 


2.25 


2.50 


3.60 


3.05 


3.30 


4.40 


3 .75 


4.00 


5 10 


14x4 


1.25 


1,45 


2 .20 


1.55 


1.75 


2 .50 


2 10 


2 25 


. uo 


9 ^ 
z . 00 


9 7^ 
Z , io 


O . OU 


14x5 


1^40 


1.55 


2*40 


1*70 


1^85 


2.70 


2*30 


2*45 


3.30 


2 .85 


3 .00 


3 .85 


14x6 


1.50 


1.70 


2.60 


1.85 


2.05 


2.95 


2.45 


2.65 


3.60 


3 .05 


3 .25 


4 15 


14x8 


1.60 


1.80 


2.80 


1.95 


2.15 


3,15 


2.65 


2.85 


3*85 


3 .30 


3 50 


4 50 


14x10 


2.05 


2,35 


3.60 


2.50 


2.80 


4,05 


3.40 


3*70 


4.95 


4.20 


4.50 


5. 75 


16x4 


1.30 


1 50 


2 .30 


1.60 


1.80 


2 .60 


2 .20 


2 35 


3 15 


9 7ft 


9 Oft 

Z . yu 


^1 7n 
. iu 


16x5 


1*45 


1*65 


2!50 


1*75 


1^95 


2^80 


2 AO 


2.55 


3*45 


2.95 


3 15 


4.00 


16x6 


1.60 


1.80 


2.80 


1.95 


2.15 


3.15 


2.65 


2.85 


3.85 


3 !30 


3*50 


4. 50 


16x8 


1.85 


2.10 


3.20 


2.25 


2.50 


3.60 


3.05 


3.30 


4.40 


3 *75 


4*00 


5 10 


16x10 


2.20 


2.45 


3.80 


2.65 


2.95 


4.30 


3.60 


3.90 


5.25 


4.45 


4.75 


6. 10 


18x4 


1.40 


1 55 


2.40 


1.70 


1 85 


2.70 


2 .30 


2 .45 


O . OU 


9 

Z . OJ 


3 ftft 


. aO 


18x5 


1.50 


1.70 


2*60 


1*85 


2.05 


2*95 


2*45 


2*65 


3.60 


3 05 


3.25 


4 15 


18x6 


1,75 


1.95 


3.00 


2.15 


2.35 


3.40 


2.85 


3.10 


4! 15 


3 ! 55 


3 75 


4. 80 


18x8 


2.05 


2.35 


3.60 


2.50 


2.80 


4.05 


3.40 


3.70 


4.95 


4 25 


4*50 


5* 75 


18x10 


2.35 


2.65 


4.10 


2.85 


3.20 


4.60 


3.90 


4.20 


5*65 


4.80 


5] 15 


6 55 


20x4 


1 50 


1.70 


2,60 


1 85 


2.05 


2.95 


2 45 


2 .65 


3 f»ft 


. uj 


1 9^ 
. zo 


A 1 ^ 

4* . LO 


20x5 


1.60 


1.80 


2*80 


1*95 


2*15 


3*15 


2 [ 65 


2.85 


3.85 


3.30 


3 .50 


4. 50 


20x6 


1.95 


2.20 


3.40 


2.40 


2.65 


3.85 


3.25 


3.50 


4.70 


4 00 


4.25 


5 45 


20x8 


2.30 


2.60 


4.00 


2.80 


3.10 


4.50 


3.80 


4. 10 


5.50 


4*70 


5 00 


6.40 


20x10 


2.55 


2.85 


4.40 


3.10 


3.40 


4.95 


4.20 


4.50 


6] 05 


5* 15 


5 50 


7 05 


22x4 


1 60 


1 80 


2.80 


1.95 


2.15 


3.15 


2.65 


2 .85 


3.85 


. ou 


O . ou 


d ^0 

4i . ou 


22x5 


1.75 


1*95 


3*00 


2*10 


2*35 


3*40 


2*85 


3*10 


4. 15 


3.55 


3.75 


4.80 


22x6 


2.05 


2.35 


3.60 


2.50 


2.80 


4.05 


3.40 


3.70 


4.95 


4 20 


4 50 


5 75 


22x8 


2.40 


2.75 


4.20 


2.95 


3.25 


4.75 


4.00 


4.30 


5.80 


4 95 


5 25 


6*70 


22x10 


2.65 


3.00 


4.60 


3.20 


3.55 


5.20 


4.35 


4*70 


6 35 


5*40 


5*75 


7*35 


24x4 


1 .75 


1.95 


3 .00 


2. 15 


2.35 


3 .40 


2 .85 


3 10 


4 15 


. 


^ 7^ 

o . 


A ftft 

4? . OU 


24x5 


1,85 


2*10 


3*20 


2^25 


2.50 


3.60 


3*05 


3*30 


4*40 


3.75 


4 00 


5. 10 


24x6 


2.20 


2.45 


3.80 


2.70 


2.95 


4.30 


3.60 


3.90 


5*25 


4.50 


4.15 


6. 10 


24x8 


2.55 


2.85 


4.40 


3.10 


3.40 


4.95 


4.20 


4.50 


6.05 


5 . 20 


5 50 


7.05 


24x10 


2.75 


3.10 


4.80 


3.35 


3.70 


5.40 


4.55 


4! 90 


6.60 


5.65 


6.00 


7.70 


26x4 


1.85 


2. 10 


3 .20 


2.25 


2.50 


3.60 


3 .05 


3 .30 


4. 40 


3 75 


d ftft 

4f . UU 


5 10 


26x5 


1^95 


2*20 


3*40 


2*40 


2.65 


3*85 


3*25 


3^50 


4*70 


4.00 


4.25 


5*45 


26x6 


2.30 


2.60 


4.00 


2.80 


3.10 


4.50 


3.80 


4.10 


5 . 50 


4.70 


5.00 


6.40 


26x8 


2.75 


3.10 


4,80 


3.35 


3.70 


5.40 


4.55 


4*90 


6.60 


5*65 


6.00 


7*70 


26x10 


3.00 


3.40 


5.20 


3.65 


4.05 


5.85 


4.95 


5.35 


7. 15 


6. 10 


6*50 


8.30 


28x4 


1 .95 


2 .20 


3 .40 


2 .40 


2 65 


3.85 


3 .25 


O . JU 


d 7ft 
. 1 U 


A ftft 

4; . UU 


A 9^ 
. Zt> 


^ A^ 
. 4)i> 


28x5 


2. 20 


2*45 


3*80 


2*65 


2*95 


4*30 


3*60 


3.90 


5.25 


4.50 


4.75 


6. 10 


28x6 


2.55 


2.85 


4.40 


3.10 


3.40 


4.95 


4.20 


4.50 


6.05 


5.20 


5.50 


7^05 


28x8 


2.75 


3.10 


4.80 


3.35 


3.70 


5.40 


4.55 


4.90 


6.60 


5*65 


6.00 


7^70 


28x10 


3.20 


3.65 


5.60 


3.90 


4,35 


6.30 


5.30 


5.75 


7.70 


6.60 


7.00 


8*95 


30x4 


2.15 


2.40 


3 70 


2 .60 


2.85 


4 15 


3 50 


3 80 


5 10 


d 1^ 
4? . oo 


A 6ft 

. UU 


^ Qft 

. yu 


30x5 


2*30 


2*60 


4*00 


2^80 


3*10 


4*50 


3^80 


4! 10 


5*50 


4.70 


5.00 


6.40 


30x6 


2.65 


3.00 


4.60 


3.25 


3.60 


5.20 


4.35 


4.70 


6.35 


5.40 


5.75 


7.35 


30x8 


3.00 


3.40 


5.20 


3.65 


4.05 


5.85 


4.95 


5.35 


7.15 


6.10 


6.50 


8.30 


30x10 


3.35 


3.75 


5.80 


4.10 


4.50 


6.55 


5.50 


5.95 


8.00 


6.85 


7.25 


9.30 


36x4 


2.90 


3.25 


5.00 


3.50 


3.90 


5.65 


4.75 


5.15 


6.90 


5.90 


6.25 


8.00 


36x5 


3.00 


3.40 


5.20 


3.65 


4.05 


5.85 


4.95 


5.35 


7.15 


6.10 


6.50 


8.30 


36x6 


3.10 


3,50 


5.40 


3.80 


4.20 


6.10 


5.15 


5.55 


7.45 


6.35 


6.75 


8.65 


36x8 


3.35 


3.75 


5.80 


4.10 


4.50 


6.55 


5.50 


5.95 


8.00 


6.85 


7.25 


9.30 


36x10 


3.80 


4.30 


6.60 


4.65 


5.15 


7,45 


6.25 


6.75 


9.10 


7.75 


8.25 


10 55 


46x4 


3.45 


3.90 


6.00 


4.20 


4.65 


6.75 


5.70 


6.15 


8.25 


7.05 


7 50 


9.60 


46x5 


3.55 


4.05 


6.20 


4.35 


4.80 


7.00 


5.90 


6.35 


8.55 


7.30 


7.75 


9 90 


46x6 


3.80 


4.30 


6.60 


4,60 


5.10 


7.45 


6.25 


6.75 


9.10 


7.75 


8.25 


10.55 


46x8 


4.15 


4.70 


7.20 


5.05 


5.60 


8.10 


6.85 


7.40 


9.90 


8.45 


9.00 


11 50 


46x10 


5.20 


5.85 


9.00 


6.30 


7.00 I 


10.15 


8.55 


9.25 


12.40 


10.60 


11.25 


14.40 



T 



No. 311 A-WG or RAI 
No. 321 A-WG or RAI 
"Fabrikated" 



U 



No. 312 WG or RAI 
No. 322 WG or RAI 
"Fabrikated" 



Additional sizes can be furnished. 
( Page 28 ) 



Independent Air Conditioning Baseboard Intakes 

With Side and Top Projecting Flanges extending outward % inch from the plaster line. 
No Valves. Suitable for outlets when no valves are renuirerL 



f 


Nos. 300 BBI and 201 BBI 








To Fit Wall 




"Fabrikated 




til Nos. 211. 311. 321 BBI 


V Nob. 58 and 82 BBI 


■HI 
If 


"Fabrikated" 


Opening Sise 




Wrought Steel 






f H o r i z o ri t a 1 


Black 










Electro 


Dimension 


White 


Plated 


Black 


White 


Plated 


First) 


Japanned 


Japanned, 


Ox. 'Copper 


Japanned 


Japanned, 


Ox. Copper 






Oak, or 


IN lCKel 


or 


Oak, or 


Nickel 




Prime 


Lacquered 


Brass 


Prime 


Lacquered 


Brass 




Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


8x6 


$1 . DO 


SI .70 


$2.45 


$1.80 


$1.95 


$2.70 


10x4 


1.45 


1.60 


2.30 


1.70 


1.85 


2.55 


10x5 


1.55 


1.70 


2.45 


1.80 


1.95 


2.70 


10x6 


1 .55 


1.75 


2.50 


1.85 


2.05 


2.80 


10x8 




1 .90 


2.75 


2.05 


2 .20 


3 .05 


12x4 


1.55 


1.70 


2.45 


1.80 


1.95 


2.70 


12x5 


1.65 


1.85 


2.65 


1.95 


2.15 


2.95 


12x6 


1.75 


1.90 


2.75 


2.05 


2.20 


3.05 


12x8 


1.90 


2. 10 


3.00 


2.25 


2.45 


3.35 


12x9 


1 AC 

Z . U5 


2.25 


3.25 


2.40 


2.60 


3.60 


12x10 


Z . oU 


2.55 


3.65 


2.70 


2.95 


4.05 


14x4 


1.55 


1.75 


2.50 


1.85 


2.05 


2.80 


14x5 


1.75 


1 .90 


2.75 


2 05 


2.20 


3.05 


14x6 


1.90 


2.10 


3.00 


2.25 


2.45 


3.35 


14x8 


Z . 05 


2.25 


3.25 


2.40 


2.60 


3.60 


14x10 


Z . oU 


2.90 


4.15 


3.05 


3 .35 


4.60 


18x4 


1.75 


1.90 


2.75 


2.05 


2.20 


3.05 


18x5 


1.90 


2.10 


3.00 


2.20 


2.40 


3.30 


18x6 


2.20 


2.40 


3.45 


2.55 


2.80 


3.85 


18x8 


Z.OU 


2.90 


4.15 


3.05 


3.35 


4.60 


18x10 


O AC 


3.30 


4.70 


3.50 


3.80 


5.25 


24x4 


2.20 


2.40 


3.45 


2.60 


2.80 


3.85 


24x5 


2.30 


2.55 


3.65 


2.70 


2.95 


4.05 


24x6 


2.80 


3.05 


4.40 


3.30 


3.55 


4.90 


24x8 


3 20 


3.50 


5.05 


3.75 


4.05 


5.60 


24x10 


3.50 


3.85 


550 


4.10 


4.45 


6.10 


30x4 


2.70 


2.95 


4.25 


3.15 


3.40 


4.70 


I 30x5 


2.90 


3.20 


4.60 


3.40 


3.70 


5.10 


30x6 


3.35 


3.70 


5.30 


3.95 


4.30 


5.90 


30x8 


3.75 


4.15 


5.95 


4.40 


4.80 


6.60 


30x10 


4.20 


4.65 


6.65 


4.95 


5.35 


7.40 


36x4 


3.65 


4.00 


5.75 


4.25 


4.65 


6.40 


36x5 


3.75 


4.20 


6.00 


4.40 


4.80 


6.65 


36x6 


3.90 


4.30 


6.20 


4.60 


5.00 


6.90 


36x8 


4.20 


4.65 


6.65 


4.95 


5.35 


7.40 


36x10 


4.80 


5.30 


7.60 


5.60 


6.10 


8.40 



Additional sizes can be furnished. 



U Nos. 311 A, 321 A-BBI 




Nos. 312. 322 BBI 


7 

L 


A 


"Fabrikated" 




Y 




"Fabrikated" 
























Add to 


Black 






Electro 










Electro 


List Prices 


White 


Plated 


Black 


White 


related 




Japanned 


Japanned, 


Ox. Copper 


Japanned 


Japanned, 


Ox. Copper 


for Duct 


or 


Oak, or 


Nickel 


or 


Oak, or 


Nickel 


Fitting 


Prime 


Lacquered 


Brass 


Prime 


Lacquered 


Brass 


Flanges 


Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


$2.30 


$2 


.45 


$3 


.20 


$2 


.80 


$2 


95 


$3.70 


$.30 


2.20 


2 


.35 


3 


.05 


2 


.65 


2 


.80 


3 .50 


.30 


2.30 


2 


.45 


3 


.20 


2 


.80 


2 


.95 


3 '70 


.30 


2.40 


2 


.60 


3 


.35 


2 


.85 


3 


.05 


3.80 


.35 


2.65 


2 


.80 


3 


.65 


3 


20 


3 


.35 


4.20 


.35 


2.30 


2 


.45 


3 


.20 


2 


80 


2 


.95 


3 70 


.30 


2.55 


2 


.70 


3 


.50 


3 


.05 


3 


.25 


4 05 


.35 


2 65 


2 


.80 


3 


.65 


3 


.20 


3 


.35 


4 20 


.35 


2.85 


3 


.05 


3 


.95 


3 


45 


3 


65 


4.55 


.40 


3.10 


3 


.30 


4 


.25 


3 


75 


3 


95 


4.95 


.40 


3.50 


3 


.75 


4 


90 


4 


20 


4 


45 


5.55 


.50 


2.40 


2 


.60 


3 


35 


2 


85 


3 


05 


3 80 


.35 


2.65 


2 


80 


3 


65 


3 


20 


3 


35 


4.20 


.35 


2.85 


3 


05 


3 


95 


3 


45 


3 


65 


4^55 


.40 


3.10 


3 


30 


4 


25 


3 


75 


3 


95 


4.95 


.40 


3.95 


4 


25 


5 


50 


4 


75 


5 


05 


6.30 


.55 


2.65 


2 


80 


3 


65 


3 


20 


3 


35 




.35 


2 85 


3 


05 


3 


95 


3 


45 


3 


65 


4.55 


.40 


3.30 


3 


55 


4 


60 


4 


00 


4 


20 


5.25 


.45 


3.95 


4 


25 


5 


50 


4 


75 


5 


05 


6.30 


.55 


4.50 


4 


80 


6 


25 


5 


45 


5 


75 


7.20 


.60 


3.30 


3 


55 


4 


60 


4 


00 


4 


20 


5 25 


.45 


3.50 


3 


75 


4 


90 


4 


20 


4 


45 


5'55 


.50 


4.20 


4 


45 


5 


80 


5 


10 


5 


35 




.55 


4 85 


5 


15 


6 


70 


5 


85 


6 


15 


7.70 


.65 


5.30 


5 


65 


7 


30 


6 


35 


6 


70 


8.40 


.70 


4.05 


4 


35 


5 


65 


4 


90 


5 


15 


6.45 


55 


4.40 


4 


70 


6 


10 


5 


30 


5 


60 


7.00 


.60 


5.05 


5 


40 


7 


00 


6 


10 


6 


45 


8.05 


.70 


5.70 


6 


10 


7 


95 


6 


85 


7 


25 


9.05 


,80 


6.40 


6 


80 


8 


85 


7 


70 


8 


10 


10.15 


.85 


5.50 


5 


90 


7 


65 


6 


65 


7 


00 


8.75 


.75 


5.70 


6 


10 


7 


95 


6 


90 


7 


30 


9.10 


.80 


5.95 


6 


35 


8 


25 


7 


15 


7 


55 


9.45 


.80 


6.40 


6 


80 


8. 


85 


7 


70 


8 


10 


10.15 


.85 


7.25 


7. 


75 


10. 


05 


8 


75 


9 


25 


11.55 


1.00 



Finishes— Independent Registers and Grilles 

Regularly made in a great variety of finishes, those specified 
below cover the usual requirements. 
The finish desired should be specified on all orders. 
If not otherwise specified Air Conditioning Registers and Grilles for use in 
the wall or baseboard are furnished in Grey Prime Coat finish. 



Semi-Finished 

MF Mill Finish (No 

Finish). 

WPC ...Baked White Priming 

Coat (Ready for 

Painting) . 
GPC Raked Grey Priming 

Coat (Ready for 

Painting) . 

Lacquer 
Ox. Cop. L. ..Imitation Oxidized 
Copper Plating. 

ABL —.....Antique Bronze. 

BrL Brass. 

WGL White Gold. 



CopL Copper. 

WhL White, Egg Shell Finish. 

BIkL Black, Egg Shell Finish. 

IvL Ivory, Egg Shell Finish. 

Japan 

BJ Black Japan. 

WJ White Japan (Not 

suitable for use in 

the floor). 

Electro Plated 

Ox. Cop. PL. Oxidized Copper. 

N. PI... Nickel. 

Br. Br. Pl...._Brush Brass. 
Brass PI. Bright Brass. 



Bz. PI Bronze (Light). 

Sta. Bz. PL ..Statuary Bronze 
(Dark). 

Chr. PL Chromium. 

Cad. PI Cadmium. 

Imitation Oak Enamel 
GO.. Medium Dark with Distinct 

Graining, Gloss Finish. 
MLO — Medium Light with Fine 

Graining, Gloss Finish. 
LO -Light Oak, Light Shade and 

Light Graining, Gloss 

Finish. 

LOD. .. Light Oak, Dull Finish. 
DOD ... Dark Oak, Dull Finish. 



-( Page 29 )- 



Registers with Multiple Valves 

Styles H M V and V M V 



Add the following list prices to the list prices of registers with single valve. 



Register 
Sire 


List 
Price 


Register 
Size 


List 
Price 


jtiegister 
Size 


List 
Price 


Register 
Size 


List 
Price 


8x6 


f 1 


. ov 


















10x4 


1 


25 


16x4 


$1 


45 


22x4 


$1 


.75 


28x4 


$2.35 


10x5 


1 


.30 


16x5 


1 


55 


22x5 


1 


.90 


28x5 


2!40 


10x6 


1 


35 


16x6 


1 


75 


22x6 


2 


.25 


28x6 


2.75 


10x8 


1 


50 


16x8 


2 


00 


22x8 


2 


65 


28x8 


3.00 


12x4 


1 


30 


16x10 


2 


40 


22x10 


2 


90 


28x10 


3.50 


12x5 


1 


45 


18x4 


1 


50 


24x4 


1 


85 


30x4 


2.30 


12x6 


1 


50 


18x5 


1 


60 


24x5 


2 


00 


30x5 


2.50 


12x8 


1 


60 


18x6 


1 


85 


24x6 


2 


35 


30x6 


2.85 


12x9 


1 


75 


18x8 


2 


25 


24x8 


2 


75 


30x8 


3.25 


12x10 


2 


00 


18x10 


2 


55 


24x10 


3 


00 


30x10 


3.60 


14x4 


1 


35 


20x4 


1 


60 


26x4 


2 


00 


36x4 


3.15 


14x5 


1 


50 


20x5 


1 


75 


26x5 


2 


15 


36x5 


3.25 


14x6 


1 


60 


20x6 


2 


10 


26x6 


2 


50 


36x6 


3,40 


14x8 


1 


75 


20x8 


2 


50 


26x8 


3 


00 


36x8 


3.65 


14x10 


2 


25 


20x10 


2 


75 


26x10 


3 


25 


36x10 


4.15 



1/ Single Valves 

■ To secure the list prices of "registers less valves" deduct the list prices below from the list prices 
of single valve registers. 



Register 
Size 


List 
Price 


Register 

Size 


List 
Price 


Register 

Size 


List 
Price 


Register 
Size 


List 
Price 


8x6 


$ .80 














10x4 


.75 


16x4 


$ .85 


22x4 


$1.05 


28x4 


$1.30 


10x5 


.80 


16x5 


.95 


22x5 


1.15 


28x5 


1.45 


10x6 


.85 


16x6 


1.05 


22x6 


1.35 


28x6 


1.65 


10x8 


.90 


16x8 


1.20 


22x8 


1.60 


28x8 


1.80 


12x4 


.80 


16x10 


1.45 


22x10 


1.75 


28x10 


2.10 


12x5 


.85 


18x4 


.90 


24x4 


1.15 


30x4 


1.40 


12x6 


.90 


18x5 


1.00 


24x5 


1.20 


30x5 


1.50 


12x8 


1.00 


18x6 


1.15 


24x6 


1.45 


30x6 


1.75 


12x9 


1.05 


18x8 


1.35 


24x8 


1.65 


30x8 


1.95 


12x10 


1.20 


18x10 


1.55 


24x10 


1.80 


30x10 


2.20 


14x4 


.85 


20x4 


1.00 


26x4 


1.20 


36x4 


1.90 


14x5 


.90 


20x5 


1.05 


26x5 


1.30 


36x5 


1.95 


14x6 


1.00 


20x6 


1.30 


26x6 


1.50 


36x6 


2.05 


14x8 


1.05 


20x8 


1.50 


26x8 


1.80 


36x8 


2.20 


14x10 


1.35 


20x10 


1.65 


26x10 


1.95 


36x10 


2 50 



Wall and Baseboard Frames 

List Prices on Frames only when purchased separately or if omitted from registers. 



Register 
Size 


WO 
Frame 


¥X, WT, 
or BX 
Frame 


Register 
Size 


WO 
Frame 


WX, WT, 
or RX 
Frame 


Register 
Size 


wo 

Frame 


WX, WT, 
or BX 
Frame 


Register 
Size 


wo 

Frame 


WX, WT, 
or BX 
Frame 


8x6 


$ .30 


1 .85 




















10x4 


.30 


.80 


16x4 


$ .35 


$ -90 


22x4 


$ .40 


$110 


28x4 


$ .50 


$1.35 


10x5 


.30 


.85 


16x5 


.40 


1.00 


22x5 


.45 


1.20 


28x5 


.55 


1.50 


10x6 


.35 


.90 


16x6 


.40 


1.10 


22x6 


.55 


1.45 


28x6 


.65 


1.75 


10x8 


.35 


.95 


16x8 


.50 


1.30 


22x8 


.65 


1.70 


28x8 


.70 


1.90 


12x4 


.30 


.85 


16x10 


.55 


1.50 


22x10 


.70 


1.85 


28x10 


.85 


2.25 


12x5 


.35 


.90 


18x4 


.35 


.95 


24x4 


.45 


1.20 


30x4 


.55 


1.50 


12x6 


.35 


.95 


18x5 


.40 


1.05 


24x5 


.50 


1.30 


30x5 


.60 


1.60 


12x8 


.40 


1.05 


18x6 


.45 


1.20 


24x6 


.55 


1.50 


30x6 


.70 


1.85 


12x9 


.40 


1.10 


18x8 


.55 


1.45 


24x8 


.65 


1.75 


30x8 


.80 


2.10 


12x10 


.50 


1.30 


18x10 


.60 


1.65 


24x10 


.70 


1.90 


30x10 


.85 


2.30 


14x4 


.35 


.90 


20x4 


.40 


1.05 


26x4 


.50 


1.30 


36x4 


.75 


2.00 


14x5 


.35 


.95 


20x5 


.40 


1.10 


26x5 


.50 


1.35 


36x5 


.80 


2.10 


14x6 


.40 


1.05 


20x6 


.50 


1.35 


26x6 


.60 


1.60 


36x6 


.80 


2.15 


14x8 


.40 


1.10 


20x8 


.60 


1.60 


26x8 


.70 


1.90 


36x8 


.85 


2.30 


14x10 


.55 


1.45 


20x10 


.65 


1.75 


26x10 


.80 


2.10 


36x10 


1.00 


2.65 



ft 



Independent Registers and Grilles 
For Forced Air 




ft 



'( P«g« 31 )• 



Capacities — CFM Rating of Air Conditioning Registers 



The CFM ratings on Independent Registers and Grilles, as shown on the follow- 
ing pages are based on the table or formula which has been used in computations 
for some time past and are conservative. Many thousands of successful installa- 
tions have been made on the basis of this formula. 

The 1936 Guide of the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers, 
Chapter 43, P a g e 765, gives a suggested formula, which was developed by Pro- 
fessor Lynn E, Davies in connection with a co-operative investigation between 
Armour Institute of Technology and the American Society of Heating and Ven- 
tilating Engineers. 

This formula gives the capacity of registers and grilles when measurements are 
made with the ANEMOMETER. 



C x V x | J ^Y ± |> equals CFM 



C — A constant which varies with velocity. 
V — Velocity measured by the anemometer. 
A — Gross area of grille in square feet, 
a — Net free area of grille in square feet, 
(pages 33, 34 and 3d show square inches) 



Values of C for Various Velocities 



Indicated Velocity 
F. P. M. 



150 _ 0.952 

200 0.957 

300 0.967 

400 0.977 

500 0.985 

600 __„ 0.992 

700 _ 0.998 

800 1.000 

Value, of C for average use j fe^S^-J^—iS 



EXAMPLE: 

No. 311 Register. Size 12 x 6 
Gross area, 72", or 0.5 Sq. Ft. 
Net area, 43", or 0.2986 Sq. Ft. 
Velocity — 400 FPM 



.5 + .2986 
.977 x 400 x Z equals 156 CFM 



'( Page 32 )« 



Capacities 



Based on square feet of open (free) area, multiplied by air velocity. 



Nob. 300 or 201 "Fabrikated" Wall Registers, Baseboard Registers and Baseboard Intakes 



Reg* 
iater 
Size 


Open 
(Free) 
Area 
Sq.in. 


Cubic Feet 


per Min. thru Registers 


Reg- 
ister 
Size 


Open 
(Free) 
Area 
Sq.in. 


C 


ubic Feet 


per Min. thru Registers 


Reg- 
ister 
Size 


Open 
(Free) 
Area 
Sq.in. 


Cubic Feet per Min. thru Registers 


F. P. M. 


F. P. M. 


F. P. M. 


200 


250 


300 


380 


400 


500 


600 


800 


200 


250 


300 


380 


400 


500 


600 


800 


200 


250 


300 


380 


400 


500 


600 


800 


8x6 


27 


37 


46 


56 


71 


75 


93 


112 


150 


18x4 


43 


60 


75 


91 


115 


121 


151 


182 


243 


26x5 


85 


118 


147 


177 


224 


236 


295 


354 


472 


10x4 


23 


32 


40 


48 


61 


64 


81 


97 


129 


5 


58 


80 


100 


120 


153 


161 


201 


241 


322 


6 


107 


148 


186 


223 


282 


297 


372 


446 


595 


5 


31 


43 


54 


65 


82 


87 


118 


130 


173 


6 


70 


97 


121 


146 


185 


194 


243 


292 


389 


8 


152 


211 


264 


317 


402 


423 


528 


634 


845 


6 


39 


55 


68 


82 


104 


109 


137 


164 


219 


8 


103 


143 


179 


215 


273 


287 


359 


431 


574 


10 


195 


271 


339 


406 


514 


541 


677 


813 


1080 


8 


56 


77 


97 


116 


147 


155 


194 


233 


310 


10 


134 


186 


233 


280 


354 


373 


466 


559 


745 


28x4 


68 


94 


118 


141 


179 


189 


236 


283 


377 


12x4 


28 


39 


49 


59 


75 


78 


98 


118 


157 


20x4 


48 


67 


84 


101 


128 


134 


168 


202 


269 


5 


92 


127 


159 


191 


243 


256 


319 


383 


511 


5 


38 


53 


66 


79 


101 


106 


133 


159 


212 


5 


65 


91 


113 


136 


173 


182 


227 


273 


364 


6 


116 


161 


201 


242 


306 


322 


403 


484 


645 


6 


48 


66 


83 


100 


126 


133 


167 


200 


267 


6 


82 


114 


142 


171 


217 


228 


285 


342 


457 


8 


164 


228 


285 


342 


433 


455 


570 


683 


911 


8 


68 


94 


118 


141 


179 


189 


236 


283 


377 


8 


116 


161 


201 


242 


306 


322 


403 


484 


645 


10 


213 


296 


370 


444 


562 


592 


740 


887 


1180 


9 


78 


108 


135 


162 


205 


216 


270 


324 


432 


10 


150 


209 


261 


313 


397 


417 


523 


627 


836 


30x4 


73 


102 


127 


153 


194 


204 


255 


316 


408 


10 


88 


122 


152 


183 


232 


244 


305 


366 


488 


22x4 


53 


73 


91 


110 


139 


147 


183 


220 


294 


5 


99 


137 


172 


206 


261 


275 


344 


413 


550 


14x4 


33 


46 


58 


69 


88 


92 


116 


139 


185 


5 


71 


99 


124 


149 


188 


198 


248 


298 


397 


6 


124 


173 


216 


259 


328 


346 


433 


519 


692 


5 


45 


62 


78 


94 


119 


125 


156 


188 


250 


6 


90 


125 


156 


187 


237 


250 


312 


375 


500 


8 


176 


245 


306 


367 


465 


490 


613 


735 


980 


6 


56 


78 


98 


118 


149 


157 


197 


236 


315 


8 


127 


176 


220 


264 


335 


353 


441 


529 


706 


10 


228 


316 


395 


474 


600 


632 


790 


947 


1264 


8 


80 


111 


139 


166 


211 


222 


278 


333 


444 


10 


165 


229 


286 


344 


436 


458 


573 


687 


917 


36x4 


88 


122 


152 


183 


232 


244 


305 


366 


488 


10 


103 


143 


179 


215 


273 


287 


359 


431 


574 


24x4 


58 


81 


101 


121 


153 


161 


202 


242 


323 


5 


119 


165 


206 


258 


314 


330 


413 


496 


662 


16x4 


38 


53 


66 


80 


101 


106 


133 


160 


213 


5 


79 


109 


136 


164 


208 


219 


274 


328 


437 


6 


149 


207 


259 


310 


393 


414 


517 


621 


827 


5 


52 


72 


90 


108 


136 


144 


180 


216 


288 


6 


99 


137 


172 


206 


261 


275 


344 


413 


550 


8 


211 


293 


366 


439 


556 


586 


732 


877 


1170 


6 


62 


86 


108 


129 


164 


172 


215 


258 


345 


8 


140 


194 


242 


291 


368 


388 


485 


582 


776 


10 


273 


379 


474 


569 


720 


758 


947 


1135 


1515 


8 


92 


128 


160 


192 


243 


256 


320 


384 


522 


10 


180 


251 


313 


376 


477 


502 


627 


753 


1000 












10 


119 


165 


206 


248 


314 


331 


413 


496 


661 


26x4 


63 


87 


109 


131 


166 


175 


218 


262 


350 























Nos. 311, 321 or 211 "Fabrikated" Wall Registers, Baseboard Registers, Baseboard Intakes 



8x6 


27 


37 


46 


56 


71 


75 


o;s 


112 


150 


18x4 


39 


54 


67 


81 


103 


108 


135 


162 


217 


26x5 


1 77 


107 


133 


160 


203 


214 


268 


321 


428 


10x4 


21 


29 


36 


44 


55 


58 


73 


87 


117 


5 


53 


73 


91 


110 


139 


147 


183 


220 


294 


6 


97 


135 


168 


202 


256 


270 


337 


405 


540 


5 


28 


39 


49 


59 


75 


78 


98 


118 


157 


6 


65 


90 


112 


135 


171 


180 


225 


270 


360 


8 


135 


187 


234 


281 


356 


375 


469 


562 


750 


6 


36 


50 


62 


74 


94 


100 


124 


149 


199 


8 


92 


127 


159 


191 


243 


256 


319 


383 


511 


10 


173 


240 


300 


360 


456 


480 


600 


720 


960 


8 


50 


69 


86 


104 


132 


139 


173 


208 


278 


10 


119 


165 


206 


258 


314 


330 


413 


496 


662 


28x4 


61 


84 


106 


127 


161 


169 


212 


254 


339 


12x4 


26 


36 


44 


53 


68 


71 


89 


107 


143 


20x4 


44 


61 


76 


91 


116 


122 


153 


183 


245 


5 


83 


115 


144 


173 


219 


231 


288 


346 


462 


5 


35 


48 


60 


72 


91 


96 


121 


145 


193 


5 


59 


82 


103 


123 


156 


165 


206 


247 


330 


6 


105 


146 


182 


219 


277 


292 


365 


437 


584 


6 


43 


60 


75 


91 


115 


121 


151 


182 


243 


6 


75 


104 


130 


156 


197 


208 


260 


312 


416 


8 


147 


204 


255 


306 


388 


408 


511 


612 


816 


8 


61 


84 


106 


127 


161 


169 


212 


254 


339 


8 


104 


144 


180 


217 


275 


289 


362 


434 


578 


10 


188 


261 


326 


392 


496 


522 


653 


784 


1045 


9 


69 


95 


120 


143 


182 


192 


240 


288 


383 


10 


134 


186 


233 


280 


354 


373 


466 


559 


745 


30x4 


66 


92 


115 


138 


175 


185 


231 


278 


370 


10 


78 


108 


135 


163 


206 


217 


271 


326 


434 


22x4 


48 


66 


83 


100 


126 


133 


166 


200 


266 


5 


89 


123 


154 


185 


235 


247 


309 


371 


495 


14x4 


30 


42 


52 


63 


80 


84 


105 


126 


168 


5 


65 


90 


112 


135 


171 


180 


225 


270 


360 


6 


113 


157 


196 


236 


298 


314 


393 


472 


628 


5 


41 


57 


71 


85 


108 


113 


142 


171 


228 


6 


82 


114 


143 


172 


218 


229 


287 


344 


459 


8 


158 


220 


274 


329 


417 


439 


549 


659 


879 


6 


51 


71 


89 


107 


136 


143 


178 


214 


286 


8 


114 


158 


198 


237 


301 


316 


396 


475 


633 


10 


202 


281 


351 


422 


534 


562 


703 


843 


1123 


8 


71 


99 


124 


149 


188 


198 


248 


298 


397 


10 


147 


204 


255 


306 


388 


408 


511 


612 


816 


36x4 


79 


110 


137 


164 


208 


219 


274 


329 


438 


10 


92 


127 


159 


191 


243 


256 


319 


383 


511 


24x4 


53 


73 


91 


110 


139 


147 


183 


220 


294 


5 


106 


147 


184 


221 


280 


294 


368 


442 


589 


16x4 


35 


48 


60 


72 


91 


96 


121 


145 


193 


5 


71 


99 


124 


149 


188 


198 


248 


298 


397 


6 


136 


189 


236 


283 


359 


378 


472 


566 


755 


5 


47 


65 


82 


98 


124 


131 


164 


197 


262 


6 


90 


125 


156 


187 


237 


250 


312 


375 


500 


8 


189 


262 


328 


394 


498 


525 


657 


787 


1050 


6 


58 


80 


100 


120 


153 


161 


201 


241 


322 


8 


125 


174 


217 


261 


331 


348 


435 


523 


697 


10 


242 


336 


420 


504 


638 


672 


840 


1010 


1345 


8 


82 


114 


143 


172 


218 


229 


287 


344 


459 


10 


160 


223 


279 


334 


424 


446 


557 


669 


892 












10 


106 


147 


18 1 


221 


280 


294 


368 


442 


589 


26x4 


57 


79 


99 


118 


150 


158 


198 


237 


316 























Nos. 312 or 322 "Fabrikated" Wall Registers, Baseboard Registers and Baseboard Intakes 



8x6 


26 


40 


50 


60 


76 


80 


100 


120 


160 


18*4 


41 


57 


71 


85 


108 


113 


142 


171 


228 


26x5 


) 83 


115 


144 


173 


219 


231 


288 


346 


462 


10x4 


22 


30 


38 


46 


58 


61 


76 


91 


122 


5 


56 


77 


97 


116 


147 


155 


194 


233 


311 


6 


104 


144 


180 


217 


275 


289 


362 


434 


578 


5 


30 


42 


52 


63 


80 


84 


105 


126 


168 


6 


70 


98 


122 


146 


186 


196 


244 


294 


391 


8 


147 


204 


255 


306 


388 


408 


511 


612 


816 


6 


38 


53 


66 


79 


101 


106 


133 


159 


212 


8 


99 


151 


189 


227 


287 


303 


378 


454 


605 


10 


190 


264 


330 


396 


502 


528 


660 


792 


1055 


8 


53 


73 


91 


110 


139 


147 


183 


220 


294 


10 


128 


177 


222 


266 


337 


355 


444 


532 


710 


28x4 


66 


92 


115 


138 


175 


185 


231 


278 


370 


12x4 


27 


37 


46 


56 


71 


75 


93 


112 


150 


20x4 


45 


62 


78 


93 


118 


125 


156 


187 


250 


5 


90 


125 


156 


187 


237 


250 


312 


375 


500 


5 


36 


50 


62 


74 


94 


100 


124 


149 


199 


5 


63 


87 


109 


131 


166 


175 


218 


262 


350 


6 


112 


156 


195 


234 


296 


312 


390 


468 


625 


6 


46 


64 


80 


96 


121 


128 


160 


192 


256 


6 


78 


108 


135 


162 


205 


216 


270 


324 


432 


8 


159 


221 


277 


332 


421 


443 


554 


665 


886 


8 


65 


90 


112 


135 


171 


180 


225 


270 


360 


8 


111 


154 


193 


231 


293 


308 


385 


462 


616 


10 


205 


285 


356 


427 


541 


570 


712 


855 


1140 


9 


74 


103 


128 


154 


195 


205 


257 


308 


411 


10 


144 


200 


250 


300 


380 


400 


500 


600 


800 


30x4 


72 


100 


125 


150 


190 


200 


250 


300 


400 


10 


84 


117 


146 


176 


223 


235 


293 


352 


469 


22x4 


51 


71 


89 


107 


135 


142 


178 


213 


284 


5 


97 


135 


168 


202 


256 


270 


337 


405 


540 


14x4 


32 


44 


55 


67 


85 


89 


111 


134 


178 


5 


69 


95 


120 


143 


182 


192 


240 


288 


383 


6 


122 


169 


211 


254 


321 


338 


423 


507 


676 


5 


43 


60 


75 


91 


115 


121 


151 


182 


243 


6 


87 


121 


151 


181 


229 


242 


302 


363 


483 


8 


173 


240 


300 


360 


456 


480 


600 


720 


960 


6 


54 


75 


94 


113 


144 


151 


189 


227 


303 


8 


123 


171 


213 


256 


325 


342 


427 


513 


683 


10 


223 


310 


387 


465 


588 


619 


774 


928 


1238 


8 


76 


106 


132 


159 


202 


212 


265 


319 


425 


10 


158 


221 


276 


331 


418 


442 


552 


662 


883 


36x4 


87 


121 


151 


181 


229 


242 


302 


363 


483 


10 


98 


136 


170 


204 


258 


272 


340 


408 


544 


24x4 


56 


77 


97 


116 


147 


155 


194 


233 


311 


5 


117 


162 


203 


244 


309 


325 


406 


487 


650 


16x4 


37 


51 


64 


77 


97 


103 


128 


154 


206 


5 


76 


106 


132 


159 


202 


212 


265 


319 


425 


6 


147 


204 


255 


306 


388 


408 


511 


612 


816 


5 


49 


68 


85 


102 


129 


136 


170 


204 


272 


6 


96 


133 


167 


200 


253 


267 


334 


401 


534 


8 


208 


289 


361 


433 


548 


577 


722 


865 


1157 


6 


62 


86 


108 


129 


164 


172 


215 


258 


345 


8 


135 


187 


234 


281 


356 


375 


469 


562 


750 


10 


269 


374 


467 


561 


710 


747 


934 


1120 


1490 


8 


87 


121 


151 


181 


229 


242 


302 


363 


483 


10 


175 


243 


303 


364 


461 


485 


607 


728 


971 
















10 


113 


157 


196 


236 


298 


314 


393 


472 


628 


26x4 


61 


84 


106 


127 


161 


169 


212 


254 


339 























Nos. 182, 282 Wall Registers, Baseboard Registers, and No. 82 Baseboard Intakes 



8x6 


23 


32 


40 


48 


61 


64 


81 


97 


12<) 


18x4 


34 


47 


58 


70 


89 


93 


117 


140 


187 


26x5 


67 


94 


117 


141 


178 


187 


234 


281 


375 


10x4 


18 


25 


31 


37 


47 


50 


62 


75 


100 


5 


45 


63 


78 


94 


119 


126 


157 


188 


252 


6 


84 


117 


146 


176 


223 


235 


293 


352 


469 


5 


24 


33 


41 


50 


63 


66 


83 


100 


133 


6 


57 


79 


99 


118 


150 


158 


198 


237 


316 


8 


117 


162 


203 


244 


309 


325 


406 


487 


650 


6 


30 


42 


52 


63 


80 


84 


105 


126 


168 


8 


80 


111 


139 


166 


211 


222 


278 


333 


444 


10 


151 


210 


262 


314 


398 


420 


524 


629 


839 


8 


42 


58 


73 


87 


111 


117 


146 


175 


234 


10 


102 


142 


177 


212 


269 


283 


354 


425 


567 


28x4 


54 


75 


94 


113 


177 


186 


233 


279 


372 


12x4 


22 


30 


38 


46 


58 


61 


76 


91 


122 


20x4 


38 


53 


66 


79 


101 


106 


133 


159 


212 


5 


77 


107 


133 


160 


203 


214 


268 


321 


428 


5 


29 


41 


51 


61 


77 


81 


101 


122 


162 


5 


51 


71 


89 


107 


135 


142 


178 


213 


284 


6 


90 


125 


156 


187 


237 


250 


312 


375 


500 


6 


37 


52 


65 


78 


98 


103 


129 


155 


207 


6 


63 


87 


109 


131 


166 


175 


218 


262 


350 


8 


127 


176 


220 


264 


335 


353 


441 


529 


706 


8 


51 


71 


89 


107 


135 


142 


178 


213 


284 


8 


89 


123 


154 


185 


235 


247 


309 


371 


495 


10 


163 


226 


283 


340 


430 


453 


566 


680 


905 


9 


59 


82 


102 


123 


155 


164 


205 


246 


328 


10 


115 


160 


200 


240 


304 


320 


400 


480 


640 


30x4 


58 


80 


100 


120 


153 


161 


201 


241 


322 


10 


66 


91 


114 


137 


174 


183 


228 


274 


366 


22x4 


42 


58 


73 


88 


111 


117 


147 


176 


235 


5 


78 


108 


135 


162 


205 


216 


270 


324 


432 


14x4 


26 


36 


44 


53 


68 


71 


89 


107 


143 


5 


56 


77 


97 


116 


147 


155 


194 


233 


310 


6 


97 


135 


168 


202 


256 


270 


337 


405 


540 


5 


35 


48 


60 


72 


91 


96 


121 


145 


193 


6 


71 


99 


124 


149 


188 


198 


248 


298 


397 


8 


136 


189 


236 


283 


359 


378 


473 


567 


755 


6 


43 


60 


75 


91 


115 


121 


151 


182 


243 


8 


98 


136 


170 


204 


258 


272 


340 


408 


544 


10 


175 


243 


304 


365 


462 


487 


608 


730 


973 


8 


61 


84 


106 


127 


161 


169 


212 


254 


339 


10 


127 


176 


220 


264 


335 


353 


441 


529 


706 


36x4 


70 


98 


122 


147 


186 


196 


245 


294 


392 


10 


78 


108 


135 


163 


206 


217 


271 


326 


434 


24x4 


46 


64 


80 


96 


121 


127 


159 


191 


255 


5 


94 


131 


164 


197 


250 


263 


329 


394 


526 


16x4 


30 


42 


52 


63 


80 


84 


105 


126 


168 


5 


61 


84 


106 


127 


161 


169 


212 


254 


339 


6 


117 


162 


203 


244 


309 


325 


406 


487 


650 


5 


40 


55 


69 


83 


105 


111 


139 


166 


222 


6 


77 


107 


133 


160 


203 


214 


268 


321 


428 


8 


164 


228 


285 


342 


433 


455 


570 


683 


911 


6 


50 


69 


87 


104 


132 


139 


174 


209 


279 


8 


108 


150 


187 


224 


284 


299 


374 


449 


599 


10 


211 


293 


366 


439 


556 


586 


732 


877 


1170 


8 


70 


98 


122 


147 


186 


196 


245 


294 


392 


10 


139 


194 


242 


291 


368 


388 


484 


582 


775 
















10 


90 


125 


157 


188 


239 


251 


314 


377 


503 


26x4 


50 


69 


87 


104 


132 


139 


174 


209 


279 























Capacities 



Based on square feet of open (free) area, multiplied by air velocity. 

No. 158, 258 Wall Registers; 158 BO, 258 BT Baseboard Registers; 58 BBI Baseboard Intakes; 58 RAI Grilles 



Grille 
Sue 


Open 
(Free) 
Area 
Sq.in. 


Cubic 


Feet 


per 


Min. 


thru 


Grilles 


Grille 

^Size ^ 


Open 
(Free) 

Sain 

q. 


C 


ubic 


Feet 


per Min, 


thru 


Grilles 


Grille 

Size 


Open 
(Free) 
Area 
q.in. 


Cubic 


Feet 


per Min. 


thru 


Grille. 


F. P. M. 


F. P. M. 


F. P. M. 


200 


250 


300 


380 


400 


500 


600 


800 


200 


250 


300 


380 


400 


500 


600 


800 


200 


250 


300 


380 


400 


500 


600 


800 


8x6 


29 


41 


51 


61 


78 


82 


102 


123 


164 


18x4 


42 


58 


72 


87 


110 


116 


145 


174 


232 


26x5 


82 


115 


143 


172 


218 


230 


287 


345 


460 


10x4 


21 


29 


36 


44 


55 


58 


73 


87 


117 




55 


76 


95 


114 


145 


153 


191 


230 


306 


6 


101 


141 


176 


211 


267 


281 


351 


422 


562 


5 


29 


41 


51 


61 


78 


82 


102 


123 


164 


6 


68 


94 


118 


142 


180 


189 


237 


284 


379 


8 


136 


188 


236 


283 


359 


378 


472 


567 


755 


6 


36 


50 


62 


75 


95 


100 


125 


150 


200 


8 


92 


128 


160 


192 


243 


256 


320 


384 


522 


10 


175 


243 


304 


365 


462 


487 


608 


730 


973 


8 


48 


66 


83 


100 


126 


133 


167 


200 


267 


10 


118 


170 


212 


255 


323 


340 


425 


510 


680 


28x4 


69 


95 


120 


144 


182 


192 


240 


288 


384 


12x4 


28 


39 


49 


59 


75 


78 


98 


118 


157 


20x4 


48 


66 


83 


100 


126 


133 


167 


200 


267 


5 


90 


125 


156 


187 


237 


250 


312 


375 


500 


5 


37 


52 


65 


78 


98 


103 


129 


155 


207 


5 


63 


87 


109 


131 


166 


175 


219 


262 


350 


6 


111 


154 


193 


231 


293 


308 


385 


463 


617 


6 


46 


64 


80 


96 


122 


129 


161 


193 


258 


6 


78 


108 


135 


162 


206 


216 


271 


325 


433 


8 


150 


209 


261 


313 


397 


417 


523 


627 


836 


8 


61 


84 


105 


126 


160 


169 


211 


253 


337 


8 


106 


147 


184 


221 


280 


294 


368 


442 


589 


10 


192 


267 


333 


400 


506 


533 


666 


800 


1065 


9 


70 


98 


122 


147 


186 


196 


245 


294 


392 


10 


136 


189 


236 


283 


359 


378 


473 


566 


755 


30x4 


73 


102 


127 


153 


194 


204 


255 


316 


408 


10 


79 


109 


136 


164 


208 


219 


273 


328 


437 


22x4 


53 


73 


91 


110 


139 


147 


183 


220 


294 


5 


95 


132 


165 


198 


251 


264 


330 


396 


528 


14x4 


32 


44 


55 


67 


85 


89 


111 


134 


178 


5 


69 


95 


120 


144 


182 


192 


240 


288 


384 


6 


117 


162 


203 


2 14 


308 


323 


406 


487 


650 


5 


42 


58 


72 


87 


110 


116 


145 


174 


232 


6 


85 


119 


148 


178 


226 


238 


297 


356 


475 


8 


158 


219 


274 


329 


417 


438 


548 


658 


877 


6 


52 


72 


90 


108 


136 


144 


180 


216 


288 


8 


114 


159 


198 


238 


301 


317 


396 


476 


634 


10 


203 


282 


353 


423 


536 


564 


705 


846 


1128 


8 


70 


98 


122 


147 


186 


196 


245 


294 


392 


10 


147 


204 


255 


306 


388 


408 


510 


612 


816 


36x4 


87 


121 


151 


181 


229 


242 


302 


363 


483 


10 


90 


125 


156 


187 


237 


250 


312 


375 


500 


21x4 


59 


82 


103 


123 


157 


165 


206 


248 


330 


5 


114 


159 


198 


238 


301 


317 


396 


476 


634 


16x4 


38 


53 


66 


79 


101 


106 


133 


159 


212 


5 


77 


107 


133 


161 


203 


214 


267 


321 


427 


6 


141 


195 


245 


293 


372 


391 


490 


587 


783 


5 


50 


69 


86 


104 


132 


139 


173 


208 


278 


6 


95 


132 


165 


198 


251 


264 


330 


396 


528 


8 


190 


261 


330 


396 


502 


527 


660 


792 


1055 


6 


62 


85 


107 


128 


163 


171 


214 


257 


343 


8 


128 


178 


222 


267 


338 


355 


444 


533 


712 


10 


244 


339 


423 


508 


643 


677 


847 


1015 


1355 


8 


83 


115 


144 


173 


219 


231 


288 


346 


462 


10 


164 


227 


285 


342 


433 


456 


570 


684 


911 


















10 


107 


148 


186 


223 


282 


297 


372 


446 


595 


26x4 


63 


87 


109 


131 


166 


175 


219 


262 


350 























Nos. 311, 321 or 211 "Fabrikated" Wall Grilles 



8x6 
10x4 

5 
6 
8 

12x4 

5 
6 
8 
9 
10 

14x4 
5 
6 
8 
10 

16x4 
5 
6 
8 
10 

18x4 



33 


46 


58 


69 


88 


92 


116 


139 


185 


18x5 


63 


87 


109 


131 


166 


175 


218 


262 


350 


26x8 


151 


210 


262 


315 


399 


420 


525 


630 


26 


37 


46 


55 


70 


74 


92 


110 


147 


6 


78 


108 


135 


162 


205 


216 


270 


324 


432 


10 


182 


253 


316 


379 


480 


505 


632 


758 


34 


47 


59 


71 


90 


95 


118 


142 


190 


8 


105 


146 


182 


219 


277 


292 


365 


437 


583 


28x4 


77 


107 


133 


160 


203 


214 


268 


321 


42 


58 


72 


87 


110 


116 


145 


174 


232 


10 


132 


183 


229 


275 


349 


367 


459 


551 


735 


5 


100 


130 


174 


209 


265 


279 


349 


419 


56 


78 


97 


117 


148 


156 


195 


234 


312 


20x4 


55 


76 


95 


114 


145 


152 


191 


229 


305 


6 


121 


168 


210 


252 


319 


336 


420 


504 


32 


44 


55 


67 


85 


89 


111 


134 


178 


5 


70 


98 


122 


146 


186 


196 


244 


294 


391 


8 


163 


226 


283 


340 


430 


453 


566 


680 


41 


57 


72 


86 


109 


115 


144 


173 


230 


6 


86 


119 


149 


179 


227 


239 


298 


358 


477 


10 


205 


285 


356 


427 


541 


570 


712 


854 


50 


70 


88 


105 


133 


140 


176 


211 


281 


8 


116 


161 


201 


241 


306 


322 


402 


483 


644 


30x4 


83 


115 


144 


173 


219 


231 


288 


316 


68 


94 


118 


141 


179 


189 


236 


283 


377 


10 


145 


202 


252 


303 


383 


404 


505 


606 


808 


5 


107 


148 


186 


223 


282 


297 


372 


110 


76 


106 


132 


159 


201 


212 


265 


318 


424 


22x4 


60 


83 


104 


125 


159 


167 


209 


251 


335 


6 


130 


181 


226 


272 


344 


362 


453 


544 


85 


119 


148 


178 


226 


238 


297 


357 


476 


5 


77 


107 


133 


160 


203 


214 


268 


321 


428 


8 


175 


243 


304 


365 


462 


487 


608 


730 


38 


52 


66 


79 


100 


105 


132 


158 


211 


6 


95 


132 


165 


198 


251 


264 


330 


396 


528 


10 


220 


306 


383 


459 


582 


613 


765 


919 


48 


67 


84 


101 


128 


135 


169 


203 


270 


8 


127 


176 


220 


264 


335 


353 


441 


529 


706 


36x4 


100 


139 


174 


209 


265 


270 


349 


419 


59 


82 


103 


123 


157 


165 


206 


248 


330 


10 


160 


223 


279 


334 


424 


446 


557 


669 


892 


5 


128 


178 


222 


267 


338 


356 


445 


534 


80 


111 


139 


167 


211 


222 


278 


334 


445 


24x4 


66 


91 


114 


137 


174 


183 


229 


275 


367 


6 


156 


216 


271 


325 


412 


433 


542 


650 


100 


139 


174 


209 


265 


279 


349 


419 


558 


5 


84 


117 


146 


176 


223 


235 


293 


352 


469 


8 


210 


292 


365 


43? 


554 


583 


729 


875 


43 


60 


75 


90 


115 


121 


151 


181 


242 


6 


103 


143 


179 


215 


272 


287 


359 


431 


573 


10 


264 


366 


458 


550 


696 


733 


916 


1100 


56 


77 


97 


116 


147 


155 


194 


233 


311 


8 


139 


194 


212 


291 


368 


388 


484 


582 


775 


46x4 


128 


178 


222 


267 


338 


356 


445 


534 


68 


94 


118 


141 


179 


189 


236 


283 


377 


10 


175 


243 


303 


364 


461 


485 


607 


728 


971 


5 


163 


226 


283 


340 


430 


453 


566 


680 


93 


129 


161 


193 


245 


258 


323 


387 


517 


26x4 


65 


91 


113 


136 


173 


182 


227 


273 


364 


6 


199 


276 


346 


415 


525 


553 


691 


830 


117 


162 


203 


244 


309 


325 


406 


487 


650 


5 


91 


127 


159 


191 


242 


254 


318 


382 


500 


8 


268 


372 


465 


558 


707 


745 


930 


1117 


48 


66 


83 


100 


126 


133 


166 


200 


266 


6 


111 


154 


193 


231 


293 


308 


385 


462 


616 


10 


338 


470 


587 


704 


893 


939 


1178 


111?, 



Nos. 312 or 322 "Fabrikated" Wall Grilles 



8x6 


34 


47 


59 


71 


90 


95 


118 


142 


190 


18x4 


50 


69 


86 


104 


132 


139 


173 


208 


278 


26x5 


95 


132 


165 


100 


252 


265 


332 


398 


531 


10x4 


27 


37 


46 


56 


71 


75 


93 


112 


150 


5 


65 


90 


112 


135 


171 


180 


225 


270 


360 


6 


117 


162 


203 


244 


309 


325 


406 


487 


650 


5 


35 


48 


60 


73 


92 


97 


121 


146 


194 


6 


79 


109 


136 


161 


208 


219 


271 


328 


437 


8 


161 


223 


279 


335 


425 


447 


559 


672 


894 


6 


43 


60 


75 


91 


115 


121 


151 


182 


243 


8 


108 


150 


187 


224 


284 


299 


374 


449 


500 


10 


204 


283 


354 


425 


538 


567 


708 


850 


1135 


8 


58 


80 


100 


120 


153 


161 


201 


211 


322 


10 


138 


192 


240 


288 


364 


383 


479 


575 


766 


28x4 


80 


111 


139 


167 


211 


222 


278 


334 


445 


12x4 


33 


46 


58 


69 


88 


92 


116 


139 


185 


20x4 


56 


77 


97 


116 


147 


155 


194 


233 


311 


5 


103 


143 


179 


215 


272 


287 


359 


431 


573 


5 


42 


58 


72 


87 


110 


116 


1 15 


174 


232 


5 


72 


100 


125 


150 


190 


200 


250 


300 


400 


6 


126 


175 


219 


262 


332 


350 


437 


525 


700 


6 


52 


72 


90 


108 


136 


144 


180 


216 


288 


6 


88 


123 


153 


184 


233 


246 


307 


369 


492 


8 


173 


240 


300 


360 


456 


480 


600 


720 


960 


8 


71 


99 


121 


1 19 


188 


198 


218 


298 


397 


8 


121 


168 


210 


252 


319 


336 


420 


504 


672 


10 


220 


306 


383 


459 


582 


613 


765 


919 


1225 


9 


81 


112 


140 


169 


214 


225 


281 


338 


450 


10 


154 


214 


267 


321 


407 


428 


535 


642 


856 


30x4 


87 


121 


151 


181 


220 


242 


302 


363 


483 


10 


90 


125 


157 


188 


239 


251 


31 1 


377 


503 


22x4 


62 


86 


108 


129 


164 


172 


215 


258 


345 


5 


111 


154 


193 


231 


293 


308 


385 


462 


616 


14x1- 


39 


55 


68 


82 


101 


100 


13? 


164 


219 


5 


80 


111 


139 


167 


211 


222 


278 


334 


445 


6 


137 


190 


238 


285 


361 


381 


476 


571 


761 


5 


50 


69 


87 


104 


132 


130 


17 1 


209 


279 


6 


97 


135 


168 


202 


256 


270 


337 


405 


540 


8 


188 


261 


326 


391 


496 


522 


653 


783 


1042 


6 


61 


84 


106 


127 


161 


160 


212 


254 


339 


8 


L33 


184 


231 


277 


351 


369 


462 


554 


738 


10 


238 


331 


413 


496 


627 


661 


826 


992 


1320 


8 


84 


117 


146 


176 


223 


235 


293 


352 


469 


10 


170 


236 


295 


354 


448 


473 


590 


708 


944 


36x4 


104 


144 


180 


217 


275 


289 


362 


13 1 


578 


10 


106 


147 


184 


221 


280 


294 


368 


442 


589 


24x4 


68 


94 


118 


141 


179 


189 


236 


283 


377 


5 


137 


190 


238 


285 


361 


381 


476 


571 


761 


16x4 


44 


61 


76 


91 


116 


122 


153 


183 


245 


5 


88 


123 


153 


184 


233 


246 


307 


369 


492 


6 


168 


233 


291 


350 


443 


467 


583 


700 


933 


5 


57 


79 


99 


118 


150 


158 


198 


237 


316 


6 


108 


150 


187 


224 


284 


299 


374 


449 


500 


8 


230 


319 


399 


447 


606 


638 


798 


957 


1275 


6 


70 


98 


122 


146 


186 


196 


244 


294 


391 


8 


148 


205 


257 


308 


390 


411 


514 


616 


822 


10 


286 


397 


497 


596 


755 


794 


993 


1190 


1585 


8 


96 


133 


167 


200 


253 


267 


334 


401 


534 


10 


188 


261 


326 


392 


496 


522 


653 


784 


1045 


















10 


122 


169 


211 


254 


321 


338 


123 


507 


676 


26x4 


74 


103 


128 


154 


195 


205 


257 


308 


411 























No. 82 Wrought Steel Grilles 



8x6 


32 


44 


10x4 


27 


37 


5 


33 


46 


6 


40 


55 


8 


53 


73 


12x4 


32 


44 


5 


40 


55 


6 


48 


67 


8 


64 


89 


9 


72 


100 


10 


80 


111 


14x4 


37 


52 


5 


47 


65 


6 


56 


77 


8 


75 


104 


10 


94 


131 


16x4 


43 


60 


5 


54 


75 


6 


64 


89 


8 


86 


119 


10 


107 


118 


18x4 


48 


67 



55 1 
46 
58 
69 
91 
55 
69 
84 
112 
125 
139 
65 
82 
97 
130 
164 
75 
94 
112 
149 
186 
84 



67 
56 
69 
83 
110 
67 
83 
101 
134 
150 
166 
78 
98 
116 
157 
197 
91 
113 
134 
179 
223 
101 



85 


89 


111 


134 


178 


18x5 


60 


83 


104 


125 


159 


167 


209 


251 


335 


26x8 


140 


191 


242 


291 


308 


388 


485 


582 


71 


75 


93 


112 


150 


6 


72 


100 


125 


150 


190 


200 


250 


300 


400 


10 


175 


213 


303 


364 


[01 


485 


607 


728 


88 


92 


116 


139 


185 


8 


96 


133 


167 


200 


253 


267 


334 


401 


534 


28x4 


75 


101 


130 


156 


197 


208 


260 


312 


105 


111 


139 


166 


222 


10 


121 


168 


210 


252 


320 


336 


421 


505 


673 


5 


94 


131 


161 


197 


250 


263 


329 


394 


130 


1 17 


183 


220 


294 


20x4 


54 


75 


94 


113 


144 


151 


189 


227 


303 


6 


112 


156 


191 


233 


296 


311 


389 


467 


85 


89 


111 


134 


178 


5 


67 


93 


116 


139 


176 


186 


232 


279 


372 


8 


150 


208 


261 


312 


396 


417 


521 


625 


105 


111 


139 


166 


222 


6 


80 


111 


139 


166 


211 


222 


278 


333 


444 


10 


188 


261 


326 


392 


496 


522 


653 


784 


128 


135 


169 


203 


270 


8 


107 


148 


186 


223 


282 


297 


372 


446 


595 


30x4 


80 


111 


139 


166 


211 


222 


278 


333 


170 


179 


224 


269 


359 


10 


134 


186 


232 


279 


353 


372 


465 


558 


744 


5 


100 


139 


L74 


209 


265 


279 


349 


419 


190 


200 


250 


300 


400 


22x4 


59 


82 


103 


123 


157 


165 


206 


248 


330 


6 


121 


168 


210 


252 


319 


336 


420 


505 


211 


222 


278 


333 


444 


5 


74 


103 


128 


154 


195 


205 


257 


308 


411 


8 


161 


224 


279 


335 


424 


447 


558 


671 


98 


103 


129 


155 


207 


6 


88 


123 


153 


184 


233 


246 


307 


369 


492 


10 


201 


279 


349 


418 


530 


558 


697 


837 


124 


131 


164 


197 


262 


8 


118 


163 


204 


245 


311 


327 


409 


491 


654 


36x4 


96 


133 


166 


200 


253 


266 


333 


400 


147 


155 


194 


233 


310 


10 


148 


205 


257 


308 


390 


411 


514 


616 


822 


5 


121 


168 


210 


252 


319 


336 


420 


505 


198 


209 


261 


314 


418 


24x4 


64 


89 


112 


134 


170 


179 


224 


269 


359 


6 


145 


202 


252 


303 


383 


404 


505 


606 


250 


263 


329 


394 


526 


5 


80 


111 


139 


166 


211 


222 


278 


333 


444 


8 


193 


269 


336 


403 


511 


537 


672 


807 


115 


121 


151 


182 


243 


6 


96 


133 


167 


200 


253 


267 


334 


401 


534 


10 


242 


336 


420 


504 


638 


672 


840 


1005 


144 


151 


189 


227 


303 


8 


129 


179 


224 


269 


340 


358 


448 


537 


716 


46x4 


123 


171 


213 


256 


325 


342 


427 


513 


170 


170 


224 


269 


359 


10 


161 


223 


279 


335 


425 


447 


559 


672 


894 


5 


154 


211 


267 


321 


406 


428 


535 


642 


227 


239 


298 


358 


477 


26x4 


70 


98 


122 


147 


186 


196 


245 


294 


392 


6 


185 


257 


321 


385 


488 


514 


642 


770 


282 


297 


372 


446 


595 


5 


87 


121 


151 


181 


229 


242 


302 


363 


483 


8 


247 


343 


428 


514 


652 


685 


856 


1030 


128 


135 


169 


203 


270 


6 


105 


146 


182 


219 


277 


292 


365 


437 


584 


10 


309 


430 


537 


644 


816 


860 


1070 


1285 



776 
971 
416 
526 
623 
834 
1045 
444 
558 
673 
894 
1115 
533 
673 
808 
1074 
1345 
683 
855 
1025 
1370 
1715 



-(Page 34)- 



Capacities 



Based upon square feet of open (free) area, multiplied by air velocity. 
Nos. 300 or 201 "Fabrikated" Wall Grilles 



Open 
(Free) 
Area 
Sq.in. 


Cubic 


Feet 


per Min. thru Grilles J 
F. P. M. 


Grille 
Size 


Open 
(Free) 
Area 
Sq.in. 


Cubic 


Feet 


per Min. thru Grilles 
F. P. M. 


Grille 
Size 


Open 
(Free) 
Area 
Sq.in. 




Cubic Feet 


per Min. 
F. P. M. 


thru Grilles 


200 


250 


300 


380 


400 


500 


600 


800 


200 


250 


300 


380 


400 


500 


600 


800 


200 


250 


300 


380 


400 


500 


600 


800 


35 


48 


60 


72 


92 


97 


121 


145 


193 


5 


68 


94 


118 


141 


179 


189 


236 


283 


377 


8 


167 


232 


290 


348 


441 


464 


580 


695 


927 


29 


40 


50 


60 


76 


80 


100 


120 


160 


6 


82 


114 


142 


171 


217 


228 


285 


342 


457 


10 


211 


293 


366 


439 


557 


586 


733 


879 


1170 


37 


51 


64 


77 


97 


103 


128 


154 


206 


8 


116 


161 


201 


242 


306 


322 


403 


484 


645 


28x4 


84 


117 


146 


176 


223 


235 


293 


352 


469 


45 


63 


79 


94 


120 


126 


158 


189 


253 


10 


146 


203 


253 


304 


385 


405 


506 


608 


811 


5 


108 


150 


187 


224 


284 


299 


374 


449 


599 


62 


86 


107 


129 


164 


172 


216 


259 


345 


20x4 


59 


82 


100 


120 


153 


161 


201 


242 


322 


6 


131 


182 


227 


273 


346 


364 


455 


546 


727 


35 


48 


60 


73 


92 


97 


121 


146 


194 


5 


76 


106 


132 


159 


202 


212 


265 


319 


425 


8 


180 


250 


312 


375 


475 


500 


625 


750 


1000 


45 


62 


78 


93 


118 


125 


156 


187 


250 


6 


93 


130 


162 


195 


247 


260 


325 


390 


520 


10 


228 


317 


396 


475 


602 


633 


792 


950 


1265 


55 


76 


95 


114 


145 


153 


191 


230 


306 


8 


128 


177 


222 


266 


337 


355 


444 


532 


710 


30x4 


90 


124 


155 


187 


237 


249 


311 


374 


498 


75 


104 


130 


157 


198 


209 


261 


314 


418 


10 


162 


225 


281 


337 


427 


450 


562 


675 


900 


5 


116 


161 


202 


242 


307 


323 


404 


485 


647 


85 


118 


148 


177 


225 


237 


296 


355 


474 


22x4 


65 


90 


112 


135 


171 


180 


225 


270 


360 


6 


141 


196 


246 


295 


373 


393 


492 


590 


786 


95 


132 


165 


199 


252 


265 


332 


398 


531 


5 


84 


117 


146 


176 


223 


235 


293 


352 


469 


8 


193 


269 


336 


403 


511 


537 


672 


807 


1074 


41 


57 


71 


85 


108 


114 


142 


171 


228 


6 


102 


141 


177 


212 


269 


283 


354 


425 


566 


10 


245 


341 


426 


511 


647 


682 


852 


1022 


1363 


53 


73 


92 


110 


139 


147 


184 


221 


294 


8 


141 


196 


246 


295 


373 


393 


492 


590 


786 


36x4 


108 


150 


187 


224 


284 


299 


374 


449 


599 


65 


90 


112 


135 


171 


180 


225 


270 


360 


10 


178 


247 


309 


371 


470 


495 


618 


742 


988 


5 


117 


162 


203 


244 


309 


325 


406 


487 


650 


88 


123 


153 


184 


233 


246 


307 


369 


492 


24x4 


71 


99 


124 


149 


189 


199 


248 


298 


398 


6 


169 


235 


293 


352 


446 


469 


586 


704 


939 


112 


156 


194 


234 


296 


312 


389 


467 


623 


5 


92 


127 


159 


191 


242 


255 


319 


383 


511 


8 


232 


322 


403 


483 


611 


643 


805 


966 


1285 


47 


65 


81 


98 


124 


131 


163 


196 


262 


6 


112 


156 


195 


234 


296 


312 


390 


468 


625 


10 


294 


408 


510 


612 


775 


816 


1020 


1220 


1630 


61 


84 


115 


126 


160 


169 


211 


254 


338 


8 


154 


214 


267 


321 


407 


428 


535 


642 


856 


46x4 


138 


192 


240 


288 


364 


383 


479 


575 


766 


73 


102 


127 


153 


194 


204 


255 


316 


408 


10 


195 


271 


339 


407 


515 


542 


677 


813 


1083 


5 


178 


247 


309 


371 


470 


494 


618 


742 


988 


103 


143 


178 


214 


271 


285 


357 


428 


572 


26x4 


77 


107 


133 


160 


203 


214 


268 


321 


428 


6 


216 


300 


375 


450 


570 


600 


750 


900 


1200 


130 


181 


226 


271 


344 


362 


453 


543 


724 


5 


100 


139 


174 


209 


265 


279 


349 


419 


558 


8 


296 


411 


514 


616 


781 


822 


1035 


1230 


1640 


53 


73 


92 


110 


139 


147 


184 


221 


294 


6 


121 


168 


210 


252 


319 


336 


420 


505 


673 


10 


375 


521 


652 


782 


990 


1040 


1300 


1560 


2080 



Nos. 137, 237 Wall Registers, Baseboard Registers, Baseboard Intakes, Wrought Steel Grilles 



8x6 


27 


37 


46 


56 


71 


75 


93 


112 


150 


6 


64 


88 


111 


133 


168 


177 


222 


266 


355 


10 


162 


225 


281 


337 


427 


449 


562 


674 


899 


10x4 


23 


32 


40 


48 


61 


64 


81 


97 


129 


8 


85 


118 


147 


177 


224 


236 


295 


354 


472 


28x4 


67 


93 


116 


139 


176 


186 


232 


279 


372 


5 


30 


41 


52 


62 


79 


83 


104 


124 


166 


10 


111 


154 


192 


231 


292 


308 


385 


462 


616 


5 


87 


120 


151 


181 


229 


241 


302 


362 


483 


6 


34 


47 


59 


70 


89 


94 


118 


141 


188 


20x4 


47 


65 


81 


97 


124 


130 


163 


195 


261 


6 


100 


138 


173 


208 


263 


277 


347 


416 


555 


8 


46 


63 


79 


95 


121 


127 


159 


191 


255 


5 


62 


86 


107 


129 


163 


172 


215 


258 


344 


8 


134 


189 


232 


279 


353 


372 


465 


558 


744 


12x4 


28 


39 


49 


59 


75 


78 


98 


118 


157 


6 


71 


98 


123 


147 


187 


197 


246 


295 


394 


10 


175 


243 


303 


364 


461 


486 


607 


729 


972 


5 


36 


50 


62 


74 


94 


99 


124 


149 


199 


8 


95 


131 


164 


197 


250 


263 


329 


395 


527 


30x4 


72 


100 


124 


149 


189 


199 


249 


299 


399 


6 


42 


58 


72 


87 


110 


116 


145 


174 


233 


10 


124 


172 


215 


258 


327 


344 


430 


516 


688 


5 


93 


129 


161 


193 


245 


258 


322 


387 


516 


8 


56 


78 


98 


118 


149 


157 


197 


236 


315 


22x4 


52 


72 


90 


108 


137 


144 


180 


216 


288 


6 


107 


148 


185 


222 


282 


297 


371 


445 


594 


10 


73 


101 


126 


152 


192 


202 


253 


304 


405 


5 


68 


94 


118 


141 


179 


189 


236 


283 


377 


8 


143 


198 


248 


297 


377 


397 


496 


595 


794 


14x4 


32 


44 


55 


66 


84 


88 


111 


133 


177 


6 


78 


108 


135 


162 


205 


216 


270 


324 


432 


10 


179 


248 


310 


372 


472 


497 


621 


745 


994 


5 


43 


59 


74 


89 


113 


119 


149 


179 


238 


8 


104 


144 


180 


216 


274 


288 


361 


433 


577 


36x4 


86 


119 


149 


179 


226 


238 


298 


358 


477 


6 


49 


68 


85 


102 


129 


136 


170 


204 


272 


10 


136 


188 


236 


283 


358 


377 


472 


566 


755 


5 


113 


156 


196 


235 


298 


313 


392 


470 


627 


8 


65 


90 


112 


135 


171 


180 


225 


270 


361 


24x4 


57 


79 


98 


118 


150 


158 


197 


237 


316 


6 


130 


180 


225 


270 


343 


361 


151 


541 


722 


10 


85 


118 


147 


177 


224 


236 


295 


354 


472 


5 


74 


102 


128 


154 


195 


205 


256 


308 


411 


8 


173 


240 


300 


360 


456 


480 


600 


720 


961 


16x4 


37 


51 


64 


77 


97 


102 


128 


154 


205 


6 


86 


119 


149 


179 


226 


238 


298 


358 


477 


10 


226 


313 


392 


470 


596 


627 


784 


941 


1255 


5 


49 


68 


85 


102 


129 


136 


170 


204 


272 


8 


114 


158 


197 


237 


300 


316 


395 


474 


633 


46x4 


110 


152 


190 


229 


290 


305 


389 


458 


611 


6 


56 


78 


98 


118 


149 


157 


197 


236 


315 


10 


149 


206 


258 


310 


393 


413 


517 


620 


827 


5 


144 


200 


249 


299 


380 


399 


499 


599 


799 


8 


75 


104 


130 


156 


197 


208 


260 


312 


416 


26x4 


62 


86 


107 


129 


163 


172 


215 


258 


344 


6 


166 


230 


288 


345 


438 


461 


576 


691 


922 


10 


98 


136 


170 


20 1 


258 


272 


340 


408 


544 


5 


81 


112 


140 


168 


213 


224 


281 


337 


449 


8 


222 


308 


385 


462 


585 


616 


770 


922 


1233 


18x4 


42 


58 


72 


87 


110 


116 


145 


174 


233 


6 


93 


129 


161 


193 


245 


258 


322 


387 


516 


10 


289 


401 


501 


602 


762 


802 


1003 


1204 


1605 


5 


55 


76 


95 


114 


145 


152 


190 


229 


305 


8 


124 


172 


215 


258 


327 


344 


430 


516 


688 























( Page 35 > 



Independent Registe rs 



and Grilles for Air 
Conditioning 

★ 

In addition to the registers and grilles 
shown in this catalogue, we manufacture a com- 
plete line of registers and faces for gravity furnace 
installations. 

These are illustrated and described in a special 
catalogue, a copy of which we will be glad to 
send upon request. 



THE INDEPENDENT REGISTER CO 
Cleveland, Ohio 



CATALOG No. 37G 

(Second Edition) 






VENTILATORS 



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THE INDEPENDENT REGISTER CO. 

(Established 1898) 

3747 East 93rd Street Cleveland, Ohio 



I X II K P E \ II E \ T 



Registers • Ventilators • Grilles 

We have been successfully manufacturing registers and grilles for thirty -nine 
years. 

The extensive Independent line provides sizes, styles and types for practically all 
requirements. 

Finishes 

Independent Registers are regularly made in a great variety of pleasing enameled, 
lacquered and plated finishes. 



Semi-Finished 



GPC Grey Priming Coat 

(Ready for Painting). 
MF Mill Finish (No Finish). 

Japan 

BJ Black Japan. 

WJ White Japan (Not suitable 

for use in the floor). 

Imitation Oak Enamel 

GO ...Medium Dark with Dis- 
tinct Graining. 

MLO Medium Light with Fine 

Graining. 

DO Dark Oak, Medium Grain- 
ing. 



Lacquer 



Ox. Cop. L Imitation Oxidized Copper 

Plating. 

ABL Antique Bronze. 

BrL Brass. 

DBL .... Dark Bronze. 

IvL. Ivory, Egg Shell Finish. 

Electro Plated 

Ox. Cop. PI Oxidized Copper. 

N. PI Nickel. 

Br. Br. PI Brush Brass. 

Brass PI Bright Brass. 

Bz. PL Bronze (Light). 

Sta. Bz. PI Statuary Bronze (Dark). 

Chr. PI Chromium. 

Cad. PI. Cadmium. 



Please Note: This Catalog Does Not Show Our Complete Line of 
Forced Air and Air Conditioning Registers and Grilles. 




We issue a special and very com- 
plete Catalogue showing registers and 
grilles designed especially for forced 
air and air-conditioned installations 
which will be sent upon request. 



TELEPHONES: 



Michigan 6150 
6151 
6152 



THE INDEPENDENT REGISTER CO. 

3747 East 93rd Street . Cleveland, Ohio 



INDEPENDENT "Fabrikated" 

REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 

Registers • Cold Air Faces • Grilles 




When we first introduced Independent "Fabrikated" Register Faces over twenty years ago, 
heating and ventilating men thought our claims of strength and rigidity were much overdrawn. 

They found, however, that this construction had set an entirely new and higher standard, 
not only of strength but of greater open area. 

"Fabrikated" Face construction differs from others. The steel outer frame is welded to 
form a solid piece and the interior is made up of steel strips set on edge, the same as girders of 
a bridge. 

The interior grille is forced together under heavy pressure, making it substantially one piece. 
The ends of the grille are clinched outside the frame so that each member is a sustaining unit. 

The faces are straight; the intersecting joints are tight. 




Special Sizes — Can be furnished in any size. 

The 'Tabrikated" construction obviates the necessity for special patterns or dies for each 
size and the delay in making them. 

"Fabrikated" Registers, Faces and Grilles can be furnished not only in all standard sizes 
but in practically any size and finish desired. 

Open areas are shown on pages 4 and 6. 



Independent No. I.SO ^Fabrikated" Cold Air Faces 

REG. U.S. PAT OFFICE 

82% OPEN AREA % 























































































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No. 130BE. With beveled outer edges? as illustrated above. The outer rims are approximately one inch wider, all four 
sides, than the floor opening size. 

No. 130SE. With straight outer edges, rims approximately one-half inch wider, all four sides, than the floor opening size. 

No. 130FF. With straight outer edges, rims one-quarter inch wider, all four sides, than floor opening size. For use 
where the face is to be rabbeted into the floor and to set flush with it. 



For 
Round 
Pipes 



Standard 
Package 
Quantity 



Face Size 

Floor 
Opening 
Inches 



Open Area 
Square 
Inches 



LIST PRICES 



Black 
Japan or 
Prime Coat 



Im. Oak 
or Lacquer 
Finishes 



Electro Plated 
Ox. Cop., Brass, Chromium 
Bronze, or Nickel or Sanded 

Finishes 



10-inch pipe 
Capacity of pipe 
78 square inches 



12 
12 



10x10 
10x12 



82 
99 



$1.60 
1.70 



$1.80 
1.90 



$2.40 
2.55 



$3.20 
3.40 



12-inch pipe 

Capacity of pipe 
113 square inches 



12 
12 
12 
12 



12x12 
12x14 
6x24 
6x30 



118 
139 
118 
148 



2.20 
2.50 
3.00 
3.40 



2.45 
2.80 
3.35 
3.80 



3.30 
3.75 
4.50 
5.10 



4.40 
5.00 
6.00 
6.80 



14-inch pipe 

Capacity of pipe 
154 square inches 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



14x14 
14x16 
12x18 
8x24 
9x24 
7x30 



163 
187 
180 
159 
180 
174 



2.90 
3.10 
3.00 
3.20 
3.30 
3.50 



3.25 
3.45 
3.35 
3.60 
3.70 
3.90 



4.35 
4.65 
4.50 
4.80 
4.95 
5.25 



5.80 
6.20 
6.00 
6.40 
6.60 
7.00 



16-inch pipe 

Capacity of pipe 
201 square inches 



18-inch pipe 
Capacity of pipe 
254 square inches 



20-inch pipe 
Capacity of pipe 
314 square inches 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



12 
12 
12 
12 



22-inch pipe 
Capacity of pipe 
380 square inches 



6 
12 
12 



24-inch pipe 

Capacity of pipe 
452 square inches 



16x16 
14x18 
14x20 
10x24 
12x24 
8x30 
9x30 



215 
208 
229 
201 
238 
201 
226 



3.60 
3.40 
3.70 
3.40 
3.75 
3.60 
3.70 



18x18 
16x20 
14x24 
10x30 
12x30 



273 
264 
282 
254 
301 



4.20 
4.00 
4.10 
3.75 
4.00 



20x20 
16x24 
18x24 
14x30 



337 
323 
365 
354 



5.00 
4.40 
4.80 
4.60 



22x22 
20x24 
16x30 



410 
404 
407 



6.00 
5.40 
5.50 



4.05 
3.80 
4.15 
3.80 
4.20 
4.05 
4.15 



4.70 
4.50 
4.60 
4.20 
4.50 



5.60 
4.95 
5.40 
5.15 



6.70 
6.05 
6.15 



5.40 
5.10 
5.55 
5.10 
5.65 
5.40 
5.55 



6.30 
6.00 
6.15 
5.65 
6.00 



7.50 
6.60 
7.20 
6.90 



9.00 
8.10 
8.25 



7.20 
6.80 
7.40 
6.80 
7.50 
7.20 
7.40 



8.40 
8.00 
8.20 

7.50 
8.00 



10.00 
8.80 
9.60 
9.20 



12.00 
10.80 
11.00 



6 
12 
12 



24x24 
18x30 
20x30 



488 
456 
508 



7.00 
6.10 
6.70 



7.85 
6.85 
7.50 



J0.50 
9.15 
10.05 



14.00 
12.20 
13.40 



26-inch pipe 
Capacity of pipe 
530 square inches 



26x26 
22x30 
24x30 



573 
561 
613 



8.70 
7.70 
8.80 



9.75 
8.60 
9.85 



13.05 
11.55 
13,20 



17.40 
15.40 
17.60 



Additional Sizes can be furnished. List prices of standard sizes are shown on page 13. 



— 4 — 



Independent No. 131 "Fabrikated" Register Faees 

REG. U.S. PAT. OFFICE 

Close Mesh Pattern 

Open areas are shown on page 6. 




List prices, faces: pages 4 and 13. Registers, pages 8 and 12. 
No. 131BE: With beveled outer edges, as illustrated. 

No. 131SE: With straight outer edges, rims approximately one -half inch wider, all four 
sides, than the floor opening size. 

No. 131FF: Outer edges not beveled, rims one-quarter inch wider, all four sides, than floor 
opening size. 




ACTUAL SIZE OF OPENINGS 

The No. 131 Close Mesh f Tabrikated" in the larger sizes is made with openings %xlj/g inches, 
in the smaller sizes % x lf| inches (approximate). 

Can also be supplied as Complete Registers with Multiple Valves; see page 8. 

"Fahrikalcri" Faees — Floor Flush Pattern 

REG. U.S. PAT. OFFICE 

82% Open Area 











































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No. 130FF 

Made tor use where the face is to be rabbeted into the floor and to set flush with it. 

The outer rims are narrower than usual, being one -quarter inch wider, all four sides, than 
the floor opening size. Any size or style of "Fabrikated" can be supplied. List prices, pages 
4 and 13. 



Independent ?? Fabrikated" Faces — Open Areas 



REG. U.S. PAT. OFFICE 



This table shows the approximate actual open (free) areas in square inches of the "Kabrikated" Faces as illustrated 
on pages 3, 4 and 5. List prices, pages 4 and 13. 





No. 130 


No. 131 




No. 130 


No. 131 




No. 130 


No. 131 




No. 130 


!No. IS! 


Floor 


Open 


Open 


Floor 


Open 


Open 


Floor 


Open 


Open 


Floor 


Open 


Ope.. 


Opening 


Area 


Area 


Opening 


Area 


Area 


Opening 


Area 


Area 


Opening 


Area 


Are;. 


Size 


Square 


Square 


Size 


Square 


Square 


Size 


Square 


Square 


Size 


Square 


Squarr 






















n< 




4 x6 


18 


16 


9x17 


127 


112 


15x25 


315 


283 


22x36 


674 


618 


ftx O 


9/L 


91 
Z 1 


Q v 1 Q 

VXlo 


1 34 


1 9A 
1ZU 


iDXoU 


joJ 


349 

o-iZ 


22x38 


672 


652 


<*XJ,U 


31 

oL 


9Q 
Zo 


VXZU 


LoU 


IOC 

Loo 


1 c: v a/t 

lax.54- 


4oZ 


QQQ 
OOO 


22x40 


708 


uou 


*x 1 Z 


o i 


33 

JO 


VxZZ 


1 AA 


1 4 G 
14<5 








22x42 


743 


791 




Aft 


OO 


yxz'* 


loll 


1 OZ 


16x16 


215 


193 


22x46 


820 


789 


4?X±D 


4.7 


ill 


7AOU 


99£ 

zzo 


9A3 
ZUa 


16x18 


242 


217 








4x18 


en 

57 


C A 


9xSo 


272 


245 


16x20 


264 


241 


Z^XZ4* 


4oo 


13« 


4-XZ I 


00 


^ft 








16x22 


297 


267 


24x26 


529 


474 


j±tt9A 
^tXZffc 


to 


i 


10x10 


82 


74 


16x24 


323 


292 


24x27 


550 


492 


4xo U 


AC 
95 


oc 
OD 


10x12 


99 


89 


16x26 


351 


316 




^71 

Oil 


c;i 1 




1 II 1 




10x14 


116 


104 


16x28 


379 


342 


24x30 


613 


547 








10x15 


125 


111 


16x30 


407 


365 


24x32 


654 


584 


5x 8 


31 


27 


10x16 


133 


119 


16x32 


433 


388 


24x36 


737 


674 


5x 9 


35 


ol 


10x18 


1 CA 

150 


135 


16x36 


489 


438 


24x40 


773 


749 


5x10 


39 


35 


10x20 


167 


150 


16x40 


512 


487 


24x42 


812 


786 








10x24 


201 


180 


16x42 


538 


510 


24x45 


871 


842 


6x 6 


28 


24 


10x30 


254 


226 








24x48 


928 


899 


6x 8 
6x 9 


38 
43 


33 
37 


10x36 
10x40 


302 
316 


271 
300 


18x18 
18x20 


273 
304 


245 
272 


26x26 
26x28 


573 
617 


527 
568 


6x10 


48 


42 








18x21 


319 


286 


26x30 


663 


608 


6x12 


58 


5] 


11x30 


278 


248 


18x22 


335 


299 


26x32 


707 


649 


6x14 


68 


60 








18x24 


365 


328 


26x34 


752 


690 


6x16 


78 


69 


12x12 


118 


107 


18x27 


411 


368 


26x36 


796 


730 


6x18 


88 


77 


12x14 


139 


125 


18x28 


426 


383 


6x20 


98 


87 


12x15 


151 


134 


18x30 


456 


409 


27x27 


583 


569 i 


6x22 


108 


96 


12x16 


160 


147 


18x34 


520 


465 


27x38 


825 


800 \ 


6x24 


118 


105 


12x17 


170 


152 


18x36 


550 


493 


6x28 


137 


122 


12x18 


180 


161 


18x40 


577 


555 


28x28 


630 


612 


6x30 


148 


131 


12x20 


201 


179 








28x30 


676 


655 


6x36 


176 


161 


12x22 


220 


197 


20x20 


337 


300 


28x32 


721 


699 








12x24 


240 


214 


20x22 


371 


330 


28x34 


767 


743 


7x 7 


40 


34 


12x26 


261 


232 


20x21 


404 


360 


28x36 


812 


786 


7x10 


56 


48 


12x28 


281 


250 


20x26 


439 


390 


28x40 


903 


874 


7x12 


68 


59 


12x30 


301 


271 


20x28 


473 


420 








7x14 


80 


68 


12x36 


363 


328 


20x30 


508 


450 


30x30 


725 


702 


7x15 


86 


74 


12x40 


382 


365 


20x32 


542 


493 


30x32 


773 


749 


7x30 


174 


155 


12x48 


458 


438 


20x34 
20x36 


577 
611 


524 
554 


30x34 
30x36 


822 
871 


796 
842 


8x 8 
8x10 
8x12 
8x14 
8x15 
8x16 
8x18 
8x20 
8x24 
8x30 
8x36 


51 
65 
78 
92 
99 
105 
119 
133 
159 
201 
240 


46 
58 
69 
82 
87 
94 
106 
119 
142 
179 
215 


13x30 


328 


296 


20x40 


642 


616 


30x40 


968 


936 








20x44 


709 


678 


30x42 


1017 


983 


14x14 
14x16 
14x18 
14x20 
14x22 
14x24 
14x26 
14x28 


163 
187 
208 
229 
259 
282 
306 
328 


146 
167 
187 
211 

232 
253 
273 
294 


21x21 
21x25 
21x29 
21x33 
21x37 
21x39 


372 
443 
515 
589 
659 
696 


331 
394 
457 
520 
598 
631 


30x48 

32x32 

34x34 

36x36 
36x40 


1163 

825 

932 

1047 
1164 


1123 

799 

902 

1011 
1123 


14x30 


354 


317 








36x42 


1222 


1179 


14x32 
14x36 


378 
425 


340 
382 


22x22 
22x24 


410 
446 


368 
401 


36x48 


1398 


1348 


9x 9 


66 


59 


14x40 


447 


424 


22x26 


484 


435 


38x38 


1167 


1126 


9x12 


88 


79 


14x48 


537 


510 


22x28 


522 


468 


38x40 


1229 


1186 


9x14 


104 


92 








22x30 


561 


502 


38x42 


1291 


1245 


9x15 


112 


98 


15x15 


196 


170 


22x32 


597 


549 








9x16 


119 


105 


15x21 


265 


237 


22x34 


634 


583 


40x40 


1294 


1248 



Independent Cf Faforikated" Pipeless Furnace Gratings 

REG. U.S. PAT. OFFICE 

82% Open Area 

Rigidity, unquestionable strength and freedom from breakage 
are essentials with Pipeless Gratings, 

Large open area to permit the unrestricted circulation of both 
warm and return air is necessary to secure the maximum heating 
and circulation results. 

The ^Fabrikated" construction makes the ideal Pipeless Grating 
because it embodies all of these features. 

Further, because of the large open area, smaller sizes may be 
used, thus reducing the floor space required. 



Size of 
Grating 

(Floor 
Opening) 

Inches 


Collar to 
Fit Warm 
Air Pipe 
Diameter 
Inches 


Open Area 
Within Warm 
Air Pipe 
Collar 
Square Inches 


Open Area 
Outside of 
Warm Air 
Pipe Collar 
(Cold Air 
Return) 
Square Inches 


List Price 

Black 
Japanned 


List Price 
Im. Ox. Cop. 
(Lnamel 

and 
Lacquer) 


List Price 
Ox. Copper 
Plated 


20x22 


14 


119 


227 


$ 6.15 


$ 6.75 


$ 8.75 


22x24 


16 


157 


260 


7.20 


7.95 


10.30 


24x24 


18 


200 


256 


8.05 


8.90 


11.55 


24x27 


18 


200 


313 


9.25 


10.20 


13.30 


24x28 


20 


248 


285 


9.55 


10.55 


13.75 


28x28 


22 


301 


323 


12.00 


13.30 


17.40 


30x30 


22 


301 


416 


14.45 


16.00 


20.95 


30x36 


24 


359 


504 


18.85 


20.90 


27.45 


32x32 


24 


359 


458 


16.60 


18.40 


24.10 


34x34 


26 


* 422 


496 


19.35 


21.45 


28.10 


36x36 


28 


491 


546 


22.05 


24.45 


32.05 


40x40 


32 


644 


640 


30.25 


32.75 


40.35 


44x44 


34 


727 


830 


37.60 


40.10 


47.70 


14x48 


36 


817 


883 


41.00 


43.50 


51.10 


48x48 


38 


911 


945 


43.25 


46.50 


59.60 



The sizes of the Collars may be changed to suit the requirements of the purchaser. 
Additional Sizes: "Fabrikated" can be furnished to order in any size or finish. 

Close Mesh Pattern: "Fabrikated" Pipeless Gratings can also be supplied, at advanced prices, with narrow openings 
as described on page 5. If the Close Mesh Pattern is desired, order No. 131 PG. 




No. 130PG 



Independent ^Faforikated" Floor Registers 

REG, U.S. PAT. OFFICE 

With Multiple Valves 




It does not take a second look to reveal their strength and most 
excellent finish. They excel by a wide margin in rigidity, greater 
open area and fine appearance. 



STANDARD "FABRIKATED" 
Face openings, % x 1 inch (approximate) 

No. 30BE: With beveled outer edges as illustrated above; outer rims approximately % inch wider, all four sides, than 
the floor opening size. 

No. 30SE: With outer edges straight; same % inch. 

No. 30FF: Floor flush, with outer rims one-quarter inch wider, all four sides, than floor opening size. 
Floor face only with lever slot for attaching to register bottom: No. 030. 



The Close Mesh "Fabrikated" differs from the Standard 
kated" in that the openings in the faces are narrower. 



f Fabr 




Close Mesh : 

No, 31BE: With beveled outer edges, dimensions as above. 
No. 31SE: With outer edges straight, dimensions as above. 

No. 31FF: With outer rims one-quarter inch wider, all four sides, than floor opening size 
Floor face only with lever slot for attaching to register bottom: No. 031. 



CLOSE MESH "FABRIKATED" 
Face openings, % x l^J inch (approximate) 



Standard 












ELECTRO PLATED 


Package 


Floor 


Open 


Open 




Ini. Oak 






Quantity 


Area 


Area 


Black 


or 






Each 


Opening 


Sq. In. 


Sq. In. 


Japan 


Lacquer 


Oxidized 


Chromium 


Register 


Size 


Standard 


Close Mesh 


or 


Finishes or 


Copper, 


or 


in a 


Inches 


"Fabrikated" 


"Fabrikated" 


Prime 


White 


Nickel, 


Sanded 


Separate 




No. 30 


No. 31 


Coat 


Japan 


Brass or 


Finishes 


Carton 










Bronze 




10 


8x10 


62 


55 


$ 1.70 


$ 1.85 


$ 2.25 


$ 2.80 


10 


8x12 


75 


67 


1.90 


2.05 


2.55 


3.20 


10 


9x12 


85 


76 


2.15 


2.35 


2.90 


3.65 


8 


10x12 


95 


85 


2.40 


2.60 


3.25 


4.10 


8 


10x14 


112 


100 


3.40 


3.65 


4.40 


5.40 


6 


12x14 


134 


121 


4.25 


4.55 


5.50 


6.75 


6 


12x15 


144 


131 


4.75 


5.05 


6.05 


7.35 


4 


14x14 


159 


142 


5.65 


6.00 


7.10 


8.55 


4 


14x16 


182 


163 


6.85 


7.20 


8.40 


9.95 



Additional Sizes: Other sizes can be supplied. Standard list prices, page 12. 

For Use in the Wall: "Fabrikated" registers as shown on this page, especiallyfconstructed for installation in the wall J 
may be had by "specifying Style W. 



— 8 — 



Independent No. 2© Wrought Steel Registers 




The faces are made with beveled edges. 



For use in the floor in furnace installations and equally suitable for use in the wall or ceiling or for any purpose where 
multiple valve registers are desired. 

The faces are made of sheet steel, the cross bars between perforations being corrugated downward to secure strength, 
the outer edges embossed for rigidity and appearance. 

The sides of the register bottoms are beveled to aid in easy installation. 

On all sizes of registers 8x10 and larger, the faces are supported by reinforcing bars. 



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No. 20 


LIST PRICES OF REGISTERS 
COMPLETE WITH VALVES 




LIST PRICES OF REGISTER 
FACES ONLY— Two Styles— See Below 


Standard 
Package 
Quantity 
Each Register 
in a Separate 
Carton 


Floor 
Opening 

Size 
Inches 


Black 
Japan 

or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japan or 
Im. Oak 
or 

Lacquer 
Finishes 


ELECTRO 


PLATED 


Size 
of 

Opening 
Inches 


Black 
Japan 

or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japan or 
Im, Oak 
or 

Lacquer 
Finishes 


ELECTRO PLATED 


Ox- 
Copper, 
Bronze, 
Nickel, 
or Brass 


Chro- 
mium 

or 
Sanded 
Finishes 


Ox. 
Copper, 
Bronze, 
Nickel, 
or Brass 


Chro- 
mium 

or 
Sanded 
Finishes 


16 


6x8 


$1.55 


$1.65 


$2.00 


$2.45 


6x8 


$ .90 


$1.00 


$1.35 


$1.80 


16 


6x10 


1.60 


1.70 


2.10 


2.60 


6x10 


1.00 


1.10 


1.50 


2.00 


10 


8x10 


1.70 


1.85 


2.25 


2.80 


8x10 


1.10 


1.25 


1.65 


2.20 


10 


8x12 


1.90 


2.05 


2.55 


3.20 


8x12 


1.30 


1.45 


1.95 


2.60 


10 


9x12 


2.15 


2.35 


2.90 


3.65 


9x12 


1.50 


1.70 


2.25 


3.00 


8 


10x12 


2.40 


2.60 


3.25 


4.10 


10x12 


1.70 


1.90 


2.55 


3.40 


8 


10x14 


3.40 


3.65 


4.40 


5.40 


10x14 


2.00 


2.25 


3.00 


4.00 


6 


12x14 


4.25 


4.55 


5.50 


6.75 


12x14 


2.50 


2.80 


3.75 


5.00 


6 


12x15 


4.75 


5.05 


6.05 


7.35 


12x15 


2.60 


2.90 


3.90 


5.20 


4 


14x16 


6.85 


7.20 


8.40 


9.95 


14x16 


3.10 


3.45 


4.65 


6.20 


I 


14x18 


8.10 


8.50 


9.80 


11.50 


14x18 


3.40 


3.80 


5.10 


6.80 



Additional Sizes: Other sizes can be supplied. List prices are shown on pages 12 and 13. 
Register Faces are made in two styles: 

No. 20G. As a Grille, without end lever slot or corner No. 20F. As a Register Face, with lever slot and 
screw holes and with screw holes in outer rims, for use in corner screw holes for attaching to a register bottom, as 
the ceiling or wall as illustrated below. illustrated below. 



In ordering, 
the style 
desired should 
be specified. 



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Independent \o. 12-75 Wrought Steel Registers 

Extra Heavy — With Multiple Valves 




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The faces are made with square edges. 



For use in the floor in furnace installations and equally suitable for use in the wall or ceiling, or for any purpose where 
multiple valve registers are desired. 

The faces are made from No. 12 gauge sheet steel with perforations % x% inch, the crossbars % inch in width. They 
differ from many others in that they are made from heavier metal. 

Closely approaching cast iron in general appearance, they retain the advantages of steel over cast iron in freedom from 
breakage, greater open area, moderate weight and perfection of finish. 

The sides of the register bottom are beveled to aid in easy installation, and if for use in the floor, the faces of the register 
are supported by reinforcing bars. 



mr **m LIST PRICES OF REGISTERS 
JN«K li-iO COMPLETE WITH VALVES 


LIST PRICES OF REGISTER 
FACES ONLY — Two Styles— See Below 


Standard 
Package 
Quantity 
Each Register 
in a Separate 
Carton 


Floor 
Opening 

Size 
Inches 


Black 
Japan 

or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japan 

Im. Oak 
or Lacquer 

Finishes 


ELECTRO 


PLATED 


Size 
of 
Opening 
Inches 


Black 
Japan 

or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japan 

Im. Oak 
or Lacquer 

Finishes 


ELECTRO PLATED 


Ox. 
Copper, 
Bronze, 
Nickel or 
Brass 


Chro- 
mium 

or 
Sanded 
Finishes 


Ox. 
Copper, 
Bronze, 
Nickel or 
Brass 


Chro- 
mium 

or 
Sanded 
Finishes 


16 


6x8 


$1.55 


$1.65 


$2.00 


$2.45 


6x8 


$ .90 


$1.00 


$1.35 


$1.80 


16 


6x10 


1.60 


1.70 


2.10 


2.60 


6x10 


LOO 


1.10 


1.50 


2.00 


10 


8x10 


1.70 


1.85 


2.25 


2.80 


8x10 


1.10 


1.25 


1.65 


2.20 


10 


8x12 


1.90 


2.05 


2.55 


3.20 


8x12 


1.30 


1.45 


1.95 


2.60 


10 


9x12 


2.15 


2.35 


2.00 


3.65 


9x12 


1.50 


1.70 


2.25 


3.00 


8 


10x12 


2.40 


2.60 


3.25 


4.10 


10x12 


1.70 


1.90 


2.55 


3.40 


8 


10x14 


3.40 


3.65 


4.40 


5.40 


10x14 


2.00 


2.25 


3.00 


4.00 


6 


12x14 


4.25 


4.55 


5.50 


6.75 


12x14 


2.50 


2.80 


3.75 


5.00 


6 


12x15 


4.75 


5.05 


6.05 


7.35 


12x15 


2.60 


2.90 


3.90 


5.20 


4 


14x16 


6.85 


7.20 


8.40 


9.95 


14x16 


3.10 


3.45 


4.65 


6.20 


4 


14x18 


8.10 


8.50 


9.80 


11.50 


14x18 


3.40 


3.80 


5.10 


6.80 



Additional Sizes: Other sizes can be supplied. List prices are shown on pages 12 and 13. 
Register Faces are made in two styles: 

No. 12-75G. As a Grille, without end lever slot or No. 12-75F. As a 
corner screw holes and with screw holes in outer rims, for use and corner screw holes for 



in the ceiling or wall as illustrated below. 



as illustrated below. 



Register Face, with lever slot 
attaching to a register bottom 



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In ordering, 
the style 
desired should 
be specified. 




— TO — 




Independent Look Registers 

Style LL 

Any of the multiple valve registers shown on the previous pages can 
be supplied, to order, with lock attachments. The registers are 
operated in the usual manner, but the valves can be locked in any po- 
sition with a removable key. 

Add $1.25 list price each to the standard list prices on page 12. 

In ordering, specify the number of register desired, adding the 
designation Style LL. 

No. 12-75 registers are usually preferred for use with the lock 
attachment. 



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Independent Registers With Pulleys 

For^Use In the Wall or Ceiling 

For Operation by Cord or Chain 

Multiple valve registers, if used in the wall or ceiling out of 
reach from the floor, can be operated by chain or cord, if equipped 
with pulleys. 

In ordering, state whether for use in the ceiling or side wall. 

List Price of pulleys, per set of two, $.50 for registers smaller 
than 14x14; $1.00 list price for register sizes 14x14 and larger. 

"Open and Shut" Indicator Handles for the Ends 
of the Chain or Cord 



Black or White Japan or Lacquer Finishes Net Prices per set of two 

Plated Finishes. .. M M M 64 44 44 

Cord, per yard, net 

No. 00 Plated Safety Chain 

No. 10 Nickel Silver Bead Chain .... .... 

Small metal pendants for the ends of bead chain are furnished without charge. 

We recommend Bead Chain for best appearance. 




For use in the side wall 




For use in the ceiling 
$0.10 

. .15 

03 

per yard, net .06 

per yard, net .15 



Independent Steel Floor Borders 



For use with "Fahrikated," No. 12-75 or No. 20 Registers and Faces 

Borders can be furnished to fit any size of register or face, in any finish. 

In ordering, the style of register or face with which the borders are to be used 
should be specified. 



List Prices, page 13. 



List Prices — Independent Registers With Multiple Valves 

Applying to Nos. 30 and 31 "Fabrikated," No. 12-75 or No. 20 Wrought Steel Registers 



With valves the long way of the register: valves the short way of the register can he furnished at an additional charge, 
the price depending upon the quantity. 



SIZE 


Black 


White 


ELECTROPLATED 


SIZE 


Black 


White 


ELECTROPLATED 


SIZE 


Black 


White 


ELECTROPLATED 




Japan, 


Japan, 








Japan, 


Japan, 








Japan, 
Prime 


fapan, 


















(To Fit 


Ox. C opper 




(To Fit 


Prime 


Imitation 


Ox. Copper, 


Chromium 


(To Fit 


Prime 


Imitation 


ux. uopper, 


Chromium 
or Sanded 
Finishes 


Imitation 


Chromium 
or Sanded 
Finishes 


Opening) 


Coat 


Oak 


Nickel, 


Opening) 
Inches 


Coat 


Oak 


Nickel, 


Opening) 


Coat 


uaK 


Nickel, 


Inches 


nr Mill 
or iviiti 


or Lacquered 


Brass 


or Sanded 


or Mill 


or Lacquered 


Brass 


Inches 


or Mill 


or LacQuerec 


Brass 


Finish 


Finishes 


or Bronze 


Finishes 




Finish 


Finishes 


or Bronze 


— 


Finish 




Finishes 

— 


or Bronze 


4x6 


$1.35 


$1.45 


$1.70 


$2.05 


10x18 


5.55 


5.85 


6.90 


8.25 


20x30 


24.05 


24,85 


27.40 


30.75 


4x8 


1.45 


1.55 


1.85 


2.25 


10x20 


6.70 


7.05 


8.20 


9.70 


20x32 


26.30 


27.20 


30.10 


33.90 


4x10 


1.55 


1.65 


2.00 


2.45 


10x22 


7.85 


8.25 


9.50 


11.15 


20x34 


28.55 


29.55 


32.80 


37.05 


4x12 


1.70 


1.85 


2.25 


2.80 


10x24 


8.65 


9.05 


10.35 


12.05 


20x36 


30.40 


31.50 


tA (\f\ 

54.90 


39.40 


4x14 


2.25 


2.40 


2.95 


3.65 


10x30 


11.30 


11.75 


13.20 


15.05 


20x40 


31,15 


35.70 


ay. /O 


4 A AC 

44. V5 


4x15 


2.60 


2.80 


3.40 


4.20 


10x36 


15.20 


15.85 


17.95 


20.70 


20x44 


39.85 


41.45 


46.60 


53. 35 


4x18 


3.50 


3.75 


4.55 


5.55 


10x40 


17.75 


18.55 


21.05 


24.35 


20x48 


43.85 


45.65 


51.35 


58.85 


4x24 


5.20 


* 5.55 


6.60 


8.00 






















4x30 


6.65 


7.05 


8.25 


9.85 


12x12 


3.60 


3.85 


4.70 


5.80 


22x22 


19.80 


20.50 


22.80 


25.80 


4x32 


7.55 


8.00 


9.45 


11.35 


12x14 


4.25 


4.55 


5.50 


6.75 


22x24 


21.60 


22.35 


2 1,70 


27.80 












12x15 


4.75 


5.05 


6.05 


7.35 


22x26 


23.50 


24.30 


26.85 


30.20 


5x8 


1.50 


1.60 


1.95 


2.35 


12x16 


5.25 


5.55 


6.60 


7.95 


22x28 


25.65 


26.55 


29.30 


32.95 


5x9 


1.55 


1.65 


2.00 


2.45 


12x18 


6.45 


6.80 


7.95 


9.45 


22x30 


27.65 


28.55 


31.50 


35.35 


5x10 


1.60 


1.70 


2.10 


2.55 


12x20 


7.55 


7.95 


9.20 


10.85 


22x32 


30.05 


31.10 


34.40 


38.75 


5x12 


1.75 


1.90 


2.35 


2.90 


12x22 


8.80 


9.25 


L0.60 


12.40 


22x34 


32.50 


33.70 


37.40 


42.30 


5x14 


2.45 


2.65 


3.20 


3.95 


12x24 


9.75 


10.20 


11.65 


13.50 


22x36 


34.65 


35.90 


39.90 


45.15 


5x16 


3.15 


3.35 


4.05 


4.95 


12x26 


10.65 


11.10 


12.60 


14.50 


22x38 


37.15 


38.55 


42.95 


48.75 


5x18 


3.90 


4.15 


5.00 


6.05 


12x28 


11.65 


12.10 


13.65 


15.60 


22x40 


:i9.2f> 


40.75 


45.40 


51.55 












12x30 


12.60 


13.10 


14.60 


16.60 


22x42 


42.30 


44.00 


49.30 


56.30 


6x6 


1.45 


1.55 


1.85 


2.25 


12x36 


16.90 


17.60 


19.80 


22.70 


22x 16 


47.70 


49.75 


56.20 


64.70 


6x8 


1.55 


1.65 


2.00 


2.45 


12x40 


19.80 


20.65 


23.30 


26.80 




24.30 


25.15 


27.80 




6x9 


1.60 


1.70 


2,10 


2.55 


12x48 


24.75 


25.85 


29.25 


33.75 


24x24 


31.30 


6x10 


1.60 


1.70 


2.10 


2.60 


24x26 


26.75 


27.65 


30.60 


34.45 


6x12 


1.80 


1.95 


2.40 


3.00 


14x14 
14x16 
14x18 
14x20 
14x22 
14x24 
14x26 
14x28 
14x30 
14x32 
14x36 
14x40 

1 A *rA Q 


5.65 
6.85 
8.10 
9.35 
10.55 
11.60 
12.85 
13.95 
14.95 
16.75 
19.60 
22.60 

Zo.oj 


6.00 
7.20 
8.50 
9.80 
11.00 
12.10 
13.35 
14.50 
15.50 
17.40 
20.40 
23.50 

90 

ZV.OD 


7 1 fi 

8.40 
9.80 
11.20 
12.50 
13.65 
15.00 
16.20 
17.25 
19.45 
22.85 
26.45 
33.35 


O.DD 

9.95 
11.50 
13.05 
14.45 
15.70 
17.15 
18.45 
19.55 
22.15 
26.10 
30.30 
38.35 


24x27 


28.00 


28.95 


32.05 


36.10 


6x14 


2.55 


2.75 


3.35 


4.10 


24x28 


20.15 


30.15 


33.35 


37.55 


6x16 


3.40 


3.65 


4.35 


5.30 


24x30 


31.1 ;> 


32.20 


35.55 


39.95 


6x18 
6x20 
6x24 
6x30 
6x36 

7x7 

7x9 

7x10 

7x12 

7x14 


4.15 
4.95 
6.30 
8.25 
11.00 

1.60 
1.60 
1.65 
1.90 
2.80 


4!40 
5.25 
6.65 
8.65 
11.60 

1.70 
1.70 
1.80 
2.05 
3.00 


5.25 
6.20 
7.80 
9.95 
13.45 

2.10 
2.10 
2.20 
2.55 
3.60 


6.35 
7.45 
9.30 
11.65 
15.90 

2.55 
2.60 
2.70 
3.15 
4.40 


24x32 
24x36 
24x40 
24x42 
24x45 
21x48 

26x26 
26x28 
26x30 
26x32 


33.75 

38.60 
43.40 
46.60 
50.85 
54.65 

29:60 
32.05 
34.40 
36.80 


34.95 
40.05 
45.10 
48.50 
53.00 
57.05 

30.65 
33.20 
35.60 
38.15 


38.75 
44,60 
50.40 
54.60 
59.85 
64.65 

33.95 
36.85 
39.50 
VI. 15 


43.75 
50.60 
57.40 
62,60 
68.85 
74.65 

38.30 
41.65 
44.60 
48.10 


7x15 


3.25 


3.45 


4.15 


5.05 


16x16 


8.65 


9.10 


1U.4D 


19 or 
1 > 


26x34 


39.50 


41.00 


45.75 


52.00 


7x30 


9.45 


9.85 


11.20 


12.95 


26x36 


42.10 


43.75 


48.90 


55.70 


16x18 


9.90 


10.35 


1 1 on 
1 1 .oil 


1 3 7A 
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8x8 


1.60 


1.70 


2.10 


2.60 


16x20 


11.15 


11.65 


1 3 1 ^ 


la.lt) 


27x27 


32.40 


33.50 


36.90 


41.40 


8x10 


1.70 


1.85 


2.25 


2.80 


16x22 


12.50 


13.00 


14.DU 


lO. /U 


27x38 


46.45 


48.30 


54.25 


62.05 


8x12 


1.90 


2.05 


2.55 


3.20 


16x24 


13.70 


14.25 


15.90 


in ia 

lo. 1.0 












8x14 


2.95 


3.15 


3.80 


4.60 


16x26 


15.10 


15.70 


1 7 ^(\ 


io on 


28x28 


34.90 


36.20 


40.30 


45.70 


8x15 


3.45 


3.65 


4.40 


5.30 


16x28 


16.55 


17.15 


19.15 


21.75 


28x30 


37.25 


38.60 


42.95 


48.65 


8x16 


3.85 


4.10 


4.85 


5.85 


16x30 


17.90 


18.55 




23.40 


28x32 


40.15 


41.65 


ah cn 
4O.50 


52.85 


8x18 


5.05 


5.35 


6.25 


7.45 


16x32 


19.60 


20.35 


22.70 


25.80 


28x34 


43.00 


44.70 


C(\ Art 

50.00 


CI A A 

5 7.00 


8x20 


6.05 


6.35 


7.40 


8.75 


16x36 


22.75 


23.65 


26^40 


3o!o5 


28x36 


45.80 


47.60 


53.40 


61.00 


8x24 


7.90 


8.30 


9.50 


11. JO 


16x40 


25.90 


26.90 


30.15 


34.40 


28x40 


51.55 


53.70 


uO.55 


09.55 


8x30 


10.45 


10.90 


12.25 


14.05 


16x42 


27.55 


28.65 


32.10 














8x36 


14.05 


14.65 


16.65 


19.25 












30x30 


41.15 


42.70 


47.65 


54.15 












18x18 


11.90 


12.40 


14.00 


16.10 


30x32 


44.10 


45.85 


51.30 


58.50 


9x9 


1.90 


2.05 


2.55 


3.20 


18x20 


13.15 


13.70 


15.35 


17.55 


30x34 


47.05 


48.95 


54.95 


62.85 


9x12 


2.15 


2.35 


2.90 


3.65 


18x21 


13.95 


14.50 


16.20 


18.45 


30x36 


50.05 


52.10 


58.65 


67.25 


9x14 


3.20 


3.40 


4.15 




18x22 


14.60 


15.15 


16.90 


19.20 


30x40 


55.80 


58.20 


65.80 


75.80 


9x15 


3.70 


3.95 


4^70 


5.70 


18x24 


16.00 


16.60 


18^40 


20^80 


30x42 


59.40 


62.05 


70!40 


8L40 


9x16 


4.25 


4.50 


5.35 


6.40 


18x27 


18.55 


19.20 


21.35 


24.15 


30x48 


68.20 


71.30 


81.20 


94.20 


9x18 


5.35 


5.65 


6.65 


7.90 


18x28 


19.25 


19.95 


22,15 


25.05 


32x32 


47.00 


48.80 


54.50 


62.00 


9x20 


6.35 


6.70 


7.80 


9.20 


18x30 


20.80 


21.55 


23.85 


26.90 


9x22 
9x24 


7.40 
8.20 


7.80 

8.60 


9.00 
9.85 


10.60 
11.50 


18x34 
18x36 


24.55 
26.10 


25.45 
27.05 


28.35 
30.10 


32.15 
34.10 


34x34 


53.55 


55.65 


62.30 


71.05 


9x30 


10.90 


11.35 


12.75 


14.60 


18x40 


29.60 


30.70 


34.20 


38.80 


36x36 


60.30 


62.70 


70.30 


80.30 


9x36 


14.65 


15.30 


17.35 


20.00 


18x48 


37.35 


38.85 


43.60 


49.85 


36x40 
36x42 


69.30 
72.00 


72.40 
75.25 


82.30 
85.50 


95.30 
99.00 


10x10 


2.25 


2.45 


3.05 


3.85 


20x20 


15.30 


15.90 


17.80 


20.30 


36x48 


81.90 


85.75 


97.90 


1 13.90 


10x12 


2.40 


2.60 


3.25 


4.10 


20x22 


16.90 


17.50 


19.50 


22.10 








10x14 


3.40 


3.65 


4.40 


5.40 


20x24 


18.55 


19.20 


21.25 


23.95 


38x38 


69.30 


72.40 


82.30 


95.30 


10x15 


3.95 


4.20 


5.05 


6.15 


20x26 


20.45 


21.15 


23.40 


26.35 


38x40 


72.00 


75.25 


85.50 


99.00 


10x16 


4.50 


4.80 


5.65 


6.80 


20x28 


22.40 


23.15 


25.60 


28.80 


38x42 


77.40 


81.00 


92.40 


107.40 



List Prices — Independent Register Faces 

Applying to Nos. 130 and 131 "Fabrikated," and Nos. 12-75G, 12-75F, 
20G and 20F Wrought Steel Faces 



r ic 


>or Bore 


lers. These list 


prices a 


SIZE 


Black 


White 


ELECTROPLATED 


(To Fit 


Japan, 


Japan, 








Imitation 


Ox. Copper 


Chromium 


Opening) 


Coat 


Oak or 


Nickel, 
Brass 


Inches 


or Mill 


Lacquered 


or Sanded 




Finish 


Finishes 


or Bronze 


Finishes 




46 7A 
3> - <U 


a on 
.oU 


$1.05 


$1.40 


<*XO 


qa 
.oU 


on 

.yu 


1.20 


1.60 


4,vi o 


.yu 


1 nn 
L.UU 


1 .35 


1.80 


4, v 1 *> 
•f \ i — 


1 1A 

1.1U 


J .25 


1.65 


2*20 


KM 

**X JL^i 1 


1 a a 

1.4U 


1.55 


2.10 


2.80 


4x15 


1.60 


1 OA 
1 .Oil 


2.40 


3.20 


4x18 


2.05 


Z.dU 


3.10 


4.10 


Air 94. 


9 qa 


QIC 


L20 


5.60 


i v 'lll 


^ 9A 


fir* 
o.OU 


4.80 


6.40 




0.0U 


4. ZD 


5.70 


7.60 


- o 

oxo 


QC 


.yi> 


1.30 


1.70 


DXy 


OA 


1 nn 
l.UU 


1.35 


L.80 




QC 


1 AC 


1.45 


1.90 


Swl 9 


i.id 


1 3/1 
J .oU 


1.75 


2.30 


=1^14 

DX-l** 


T CA 
l.DU 


1 . /U 


2.25 


3.00 


ox io 


1 QA 
l.oU 


2.00 


2*70 


3*60 


•IXIO 


- - 1 D 


2.40 


3.25 


4.30 


6x6 


.80 


on 
.VU 


1.20 


1.60 


6x8 


on 


1 nn 
I .UU 


1.35 


1.80 


DXy 


GC 


1 AC 

i .UD 


1.45 


1.90 


6x10 


1 nn 


1 TO 

I . I U 


1.50 


2.00 


6x12 


1 90 


1 3 C 


1 .80 


2.40 


6x14 


1 CC 

i.dd 


1.75 


2*35 


3*10 


6x16 


1 Oft 


2.15 


2.85 


3.80 


6x18 


2.20 


O A C 
Z.4D 


3.30 


4.40 


6x20 


2.50 


on 
Z.oU 


3.75 


5.00 


fW94 


>: t nn 
o.uu 


9 *} C 


4.50 


6.00 


UXDU 


^ An 


Q on 
0.0U 


5.10 


6.80 


UXOD 


4 QA 


c cn 

D.DU 


7.35 


9.80 


7v7 


QC 

.yD 


1 nc 
I .UD 


1.45 


1.90 


T V Q 


1 on 


Tin 
1.1U 


1.50 


2.00 


7x10 


1 OC 
1 .UD 


1 9A 
l.ZU 


1.60 


2.10 


7x12 


1 9C 


1 Afi 
1.4U 


1.90 


2.50 


7x14 


1 nn 

l.uU 


1.80 


2*40 


3*20 


* Xlt) 


1 qo 


2.00 


2.70 


3.60 


7x30 


3.50 


3 QO 
o.yu 


5.25 


7.00 


8x8 


1 AA 


1 m 
1. 1 u 


1.50 


2.00 


iu Ml 


1 1 A 
1.1U 


1 9C 

i.zd 


1.65 


2.20 


8x12 


1 30 


1 AC 


1.95 


2.60 


OXl'i 


l.OD 


1 qc 

l.oD 


2.50 


3.30 


OA A.) 


1 QC 
t .00 


9 nc 
z.ud 


2.80 


3.70 


8x16 


9 AA 


9 9C 

. > 


3.00 


4.00 


8*1 ft 

OXIO 


9 40 


70 
z. /u 


3.60 


4.80 


8x20 


9 70 

1 U 


^ on 

D.UU 


4.05 


*\ do 


8x24 


3 90 

. — U 


3.60 


4*80 


6.40 


OXi)V 


3 AA 
D.OU 


4.05 


5.40 


7.20 


8x36 


5.20 


c OO 
D.oU 


7.80 


10.40 


7X7 


1 3A 
l.OU 


1 /l c 


1.95 


2.60 


CJvl 9 


1 CA 
J .DU 


I . /U 


2.25 


3.00 


<K 1 1 


1 QC 

1.0D 


2.05 


2.80 


3.70 


7X1D 


9 AA 
Z.UU 


2.25 


3,00 


4.00 


9x16 


2.15 


2.40 


3.25 


4.30 


9x18 


2.55 


2.85 


3.85 


5.10 


9x20 


2.85 


3.20 


4.30 


5.70 


9x22 


3.20 


3.60 


4.80 


6.40 


9x24 


3.30 


3.70 


4.95 


6.60 


9x30 


3.70 


4.15 


5.55 


7.40 


9x36 


5.35 


6.00 


8.05 


10.70 


10x10 


1.60 


1.80 


2.40 


3.20 


10x12 


1.70 


1.90 


2.55 


3.40 


10x14 


2.00 


2.25 


3.00 


4.00 


10x15 


2.20 


2.45 


3.30 


4.40 


10x16 


2.30 


2.60 


3.45 


4.60 



SIZE 

(To Fit 
Opening) 
Inches 


Black 
Japan, 
Prime 
Coat 

Finish 


w ni ie 
Japan, 

Imitation 
Oak or 

Lacquered 
Finiehes 


ELECTROPLATED 


Ox. Copper 
Nickel, 
Brass 
or Bronze 


Chromium 
or Sanded 
Finishes 


10x18 


2.70 


3.00 


4.05 


5.40 


10x20 


3.00 


3.35 


4.50 


6.00 


10x22 


3.30 


3.70 


4.95 


6.60 


10x24 


3.40 


3.80 


5.10 


6.80 


10x30 


3.75 


4.20 


5.65 


7.50 


10x36 


5.50 


6.15 


8*25 


11*00 


10x40 


6.60 


7.40 


9.90 


13.20 


12x12 


2.20 


2.45 


3.30 


4.40 


12x14 


2.50 


2.80 


3.75 


5.00 


12x15 


2.60 


2,90 


3.90 


^ 90 


12x16 


2.70 


3.00 


4.05 


5.40 


12x18 


3.00 


3.35 


4.50 


6.00 


12x20 


3.30 


3.70 


4.95 


00 


12x22 


3.60 


4.05 


5.40 


7 90 


12x24 


3.75 


4.20 


5.65 


7 ^0 


12x26 


3.85 


4.30 


5.80 


7.70 


12x28 


3.95 


4.40 


5.95 


7 00 


12x30 


4.00 


4.50 


6.00 


ft 00 


12x36 


5.80 


6.50 


8*70 


11.60 


12x40 


7.00 


7.85 


10.50 


14.00 


12x48 


9.00 


10.10 


13.50 


18.00 


14x14 


2.90 


3.25 


4.35 


5.80 


14x16 


3.10 


3.45 


4.65 


6.20 


14x18 


3.40 


3.80 


5.10 


6.80 


14x20 


3.70 


4.15 


5*55 


7.40 


14x22 


3.90 


4.35 


5.85 


7.80 


14x24 


4.10 


4.60 


6.15 


8.20 


14x26 


4.30 


4.80 


6.45 


8.60 


14x28 


4.50 


5.05 


6*75 


9.00 


14x30 


4.60 


5.15 


6.90 


9.20 


14x32 


5.40 


6.05 


8J0 


10*80 


14x36 


6.50 


7.30 


9.75 


13.00 


14x40 


7.70 


8.60 


11.55 


15.40 


14x48 


1A OO 
1 u.uu 


1 1 90 

1 l.ZU 


15.00 


20.00 


16x16 


3.60 


4.05 


5.40 


7.20 


16x18 


3.80 


4.25 


5.70 


7.60 


16x20 


4.00 


4.50 


6.00 


8.00 


16x22 


4.20 


4.70 


6*30 


8.40 


16x24 


4.40 


4.95 


6*60 


8.80 


16x26 


4.80 


5.40 


7.20 


9.60 


16x28 


5.20 


5.80 


7*80 


10.40 


16x30 


5.50 


6.15 


8.25 


11.00 


16x32 


6.20 


6.95 


9.30 


12*40 


16x36 


7.30 


8.20 


10.95 


14.60 


16x40 


8.50 


9.50 


12.75 


17.00 


I o\ 1 Z 


9. 10 


10.20 


13.65 


1ft 90 


18x18 


4.20 


4.70 


6.30 


8.40 


18x20 


4.40 


4.95 


6.60 


8.80 


18x21 


4.50 


5.05 


0.75 


9.00 


18x22 


4^60 


5*15 


6.90 


9.20 


18x24 


4.80 


5.40 


7.20 


9.60 


18x27 


5.60 


6*25 


8.40 


11.20 


18x28 


5.80 


6.50 


8.70 


11.60 


18x30 


6.10 


6.85 


9.15 


12.20 


18x34 


7.60 


8.50 


11.40 


15.20 


18x36 


8.00 


8.95 


12.00 


16.00 


18x40 


9.20 


10.30 


13.80 


18.40 


18x48 


12.50 


14.00 


18.75 


25.00 


20x20 


5.00 


5.60 


7.50 


10.00 


20x22 


5.20 


5.80 


7.80 


10.40 


20x24 


5.40 


6.05 


8.10 


10.80 


20x26 


5.90 


6.60 


8.85 


11.80 


20x28 


6.40 


7.15 


9.60 


12.80 



SIZE 


Black 


White 


ELECTROPLATED 


(To Fit 


Japan, 


Japan, 








Imitation 


Ox. Copper 


Chromium 


Opening) 


Coat 


Oak or 


Nickel, 
Brass 


Inches 


or Mill 


Lacquered 


or Sanded 




Finish 


Finishes 


or Bronze 


Finishes 


20x30 


(\ 70 
O. i \J 


7 cn 
/ .OU 


10.05 


13.40 


20x32 




ft c.n 
o.DU 


11.40 


15.20 


20x34 


ft ^LO 


Q C.0 


12.75 


• 17.00 


20x36 


Q AA 


1 O 1 O 
1U.1U 


13.50 


18*00 


20x40 


1 A ^A 


1 1 7C 
1 1 . / D 


15.75 


21.00 


20x44 


13.50 


15.10 


20.25 


27.00 


20x48 


15.00 


16.80 


22.50 


30.00 


22x22 


ft AA 
U.UU 


ft, 70 
0. ii) 


9.00 


12.00 


22x24 


f\ 9A 
u.zu 


ft QC. 


9.30 


12.40 


22v2fi 

— v -.11 


ft, 70 
U. iU 


7 cn 


10.05 


13.40 


99v9ft 


7 ^O 
(.oU 


on 
o.ZU 


10.95 


14.60 




7 70 
( . /U 


Q An 
o.OU 


11*55 


15.40 




R 70 
0. <U 


Q 7C 


13*05 


17.40 


29vR4, 


Q QA 
V.oU 


1 1 on 
J l.UU 


14.70 


19.60 


^^Xt>0 


1 A CA 
lU.aU 


1 L. 10 


15.*75 


2 L00 




1 1 f\(\ 
I l.OU 


1 q on 
lo.UU 


17.40 


23.20 


22x40 


12,30 


13.80 


18.45 


24.60 


22x42 


14.00 


15.70 


21.00 


28.00 


2 2 v4.fi 


1 7 AA 
1 <.UU 


to nc 


25.50 


34.00 


24x24 


7 AA 
/ .UU 


1 QC 
i.OQ 


j 0.50 


14.00 




7 7A 
/ . <U 


o.OU 


1L55 


15*40 


24x27 


ft 1 A 
0. 1U 


q nc 
V.Ua 


12.15 


16.20 


24x28 


8.40 


9.40 


12.60 


16.80 


- 24x30 


8.80 


9.85 


13^20 


17*60 


24x32 


1A AA 
1U.UU 


1 T 90 
11. ZU 


15.00 


20.00 


24x36 


12.00 


13.45 


18.00 


24.00 


24x40 


14.00 


15.70 


21.00 


28.00 




1 ft. AA 
10. UU 


t h on 

1 /.yu 


24.00 


32.00 


24x45 


1 ft AA 
10. UU 


90 T tr 
Zlf. Id 


27.00 


36.00 


91y 1M 


9A AA 
ZU.UU 


99 A(\ 


30.00 


40.00 


26x26 


ft 7A 
0. iU 


O 7C 


13.05 


17.40 


26x28 


9.60 


10.75 


14.40 


19.20 


26x30 


10.20 


11.40 


15.30 


20.40 


26x32 


1 1 on 
1 1.0U 


T 9 AC 
1Z.OD 


16*95 


22.60 


2f»v^4. 
AUXai 1 


19 cn 


T A, OO 
14. UU 


18.75 


25.00 


2fVv^f» 

*UXi)0 


lo. OU 


1C or 
ID. ZD 


20.40 


27.20 


27v97 


o nn 
y.uu 


T O T n 
1U.1U 


13.50 


18.00 


27x38 


la.ou 


17 

1 i .4<D 


23.40 


31.20 


28x28 


10.80 


12.10 


16.20 


21.60 


28x30 


11.40 


12.75 


17 10 
1 i . 1U 


99 QO 
ZZ.OU 


28x32 


12*70 


14*20 


19.05 


25.40 


Zox.vl 


14.00 


15.70 


21.00 


28.00 


28x36 


15.20 


17.00 


22.80 


30.40 


28x40 


18.00 


20.15 


27.00 


36.00 


30x30 


13.00 


14.55 


19.50 


26.00 


30x32 


14.40 


16.15 


21.60 


28.80 


qO Y Q/i 


1 ^ QO 
IO. OU 


1 H 7fl 

1 /. /u 


23^70 


31.60 


OUXoD 


1 7 90 
1 /.ZU 


T O OC 

iy. ZD 


25.80 


34.40 


30x40 


20.00 


22.40 


30.00 


40.00 


30x42 


22.00 


24.65 


33.00 


44.00 


30x48 


26.00 


29.10 


39.00 


52.00 


32x32 


15.00 


16.80 


22.50 


30.00 


34x34 


17.50 


19.60 


26.25 


35.00 


36x36 


20.00 


22.40 


30.00 


40.00 


36x40 


26.00 


29.10 


39.00 


52.00 


36x42 


27.00 


30.25 


40.50 


54.00 


36x48 


32.00 


35.85 


48.00 


64.00 


38x38 


26.00 


29.10 


39.00 


52.00 


38x40 


27.00 


30.25 


40.50 


54.00 


38x42 


30.00 


33.60 


45.00 


60.00 



— 13 — 



Independent Baseboard Registers 



With Removable Grilles 



Single Valve— Wrought Steel— Style MT 



Independent Baseboard Registers reflect beauty in any home in 
which they are placed, and credit on the furnace man who installs them. 
Their charming design, obviously fine workmanship and excellent finish 
combine to make them attractive. 

They are most practical, too, strongly made and affording more than 
the average open area. The valve adjustment is very simple. The oper- 
ating mechanism is permanently adjusted to the proper tension at the 
time the register is manufactured, an assurance that the valve will remain 
in^ any desired position. The valve handle is comfortable for the fingers 
to take hold of in operating. 




Please order by number. 



Standard 
Package 
Quantity 


Order 
by this 
Number 


Size of 
Opening 
(Register 

Box 
Flange) 
Horizontal 
Dimension 
First. 
Inches 


Side 
Flange 
Extension 
from 
Plaster 


Open 
Area 
of Face 
Square 
Inches 


Black 
Japanned 

or 

Prime Coat 


White 
Japanned 
or 

Lacquer 
Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Oxidized 
Copper, 
Brass, 
Bronze 

or 
Nickel 


Chro- 
mium 

or 
Sanded 
Finishes 


6 


lOx 8-134 MT 


10x8 


1M 


50 


$2.00 


% 2.35 


% 3.50 


% 3.85 


6 


12x 8-1)4 MT 


12x8 


IX 


63 


2.40 


2.90 


3.95 


4.35 


6 


12x 9-1)4 MT 


12x9 


IK 


74 


2.50 


3.00 


4.00 


4.40 


6 


lOx 8-214 MT 


10x8 


2)4 


50 


2.00 


2.35 


3.50 


3.85 


6 


12x 8-234 MT 


12x8 


234 


63 


2.40 


2.90 


3.95 


4.35 


6 


12x 9-2J4 MT 


12x9 


214 


74 


3.00 


3.50 


4.50 


4.90 


6 


12x 8-314 MT 


12x8 


3M 


63 


3.00 


3.50 


4.50 


4.90 


6 


12x 9.3}4 MT 


12x9 


3)4 


74 


3.00 


3.50 


4.50 


4.90 


6 


12x10-314 MT 


12x10 


3)4 


83 


4.00 


4.60 


5.75 


6.35 


1 


13xll-3J4 MT 


13x11 


3)4 


100 


4.50 


5.25 


6.75 


7.50 


1 


13x11-514 MT 


13x11 


514 


100 


5.25 


6.00 


7.50 


8.25 


1 


14x12-5)4 MT 


14x12 


5)4 


123 


6.50 


7.50 


8.50 


9.50 


1 


14x12-71^ MT 


14x12 




123 


9.00 


10.00 


12.00 


12.50 



Each register individually wrapped and packed in corrugated board 
shipping cases in the standard package quantities specifiedfabove. 

All sizes are 2J^ inches from floor line to bottom of register box flange 
(dimension B, Page 15). 




Independent Baseboard Registers 

One Piece Style — Grille Not Removable 

Single Valve — Wrought Steel — Style MO 




These registers differ from the style shown on the preceding page in 
that the faces and side flanges are made in one piece and the grilles are 
not removable. 

Please Order by Number. 



» 



Standard 
Package 
Quantity 


Order 
by this 
Number 


Size of 
Opening 
(Register 

Box 
Flange) 
Horizontal 
Dimension 
First. 
Inches 


Side 
Flange 
Extension 
from 
Plaster 
Dimension 
"A" Inches 


Open 
Area 
of Face 
Square 
Inches 


Black 
Japanned 
or 

Prime Coat 


White 
Japanned 
or 

Lacquer 
Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Oxidized 
Copper, 
Brass, 
Bronze 

or 
Nickel 


Chro- 
mium 

or 
Sanded 
Finishes 


6 


10x 8-134 MO 


10x8 


IX 


50 


$ 1.80 


% 2.15 


$ 3.15 


$ 3.50 


6 


12x 8-II/4 MO 


12x8 


IX 


63 


2.20 


2.65 


3.55 


4.00 


6 


12x 9-1M MO 


12x9 


m 


74 


2.25 


2.70 


3.60 


4.10 


6 


lOx 8-234 MO 


10x8 


2X 


50 


1.80 


2.15 


3.15 


3.50 


6 


12x 8-234 MO 


12x8 


2X 


63 


2.20 


2.65 


3.55 


4.00 


6 


12x 9-234 MO 


12x9 


2X 


74 


2.70 


3.15 


4.05 


4.50 


6 


12x 8-334 MO 


12x8 


3M 


63 


2.70 


. 3.15 


4.05 


4.50 


6 


12x 9-3^ MO 


12x9 


3M 


74 


2.70 


3.15 


4.05 


4.50 


6 


12x10-334 MO 


12x10 


$X 


83 


3.60 


4.15 


5.20 


5.75 


1 


13x11-334 MO 


13x11 


3X 


100 


4.05 


4.75 


6.10 


6.75 


1 


13x11-534 MO 


13x11 


5M 


100 


4.75 


5.40 


6.75 


7.50 


1 


14x12-534 MO 


14x12 


sx 


123 


5.85 


6.75 


7.65 


8.50 


1 


14x12-73/^ MO 


14x12 


iV-i 


123 


8.10 


9.00 


10.75 


11.25 




Each register individually wrapped and packed in corrugated board 
shipping cases in the standard package quantities specified above. 

All sizes are 2}/g inches from floor line to bottom of register box flange 
(dimension W B M ). 

The attractive design, dependable operating mechanism and many 
beautiful finishes in which it is furnished have combined to make this 
register very popular. 



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Independent Single Valve Wall Registers— Wrought Steel 




Style HM 



For Use in the Side Wall Above the Baseboard 
For Horizontal Setting Only 
ONE-PIECE CONVEX FACE 



STYLE HM— ONE PIECE — CONVEX FACE 
With Band Steel Wall Frame 



Stack 
Head 
Size 
Incheg 


ONE PIECE 
STYLE 
Order 
by this 
Number 


Stand. 
Pack. 
Quan. 


Open 
Area 
Sq. In. 


Black 
Japanned 
or 

Prime Coat 


White 
Japanned, 
Imitation Oak 
or Lacquer 
Finishes 


ELECTRO 

Oxidized 
Copper, 
Brass, 
Bronze 

or 
Nickel 


PLATED 

Chro- 
mium 
or 
Sanded 
Finishes 


10x8 


lOx 8 HM 


16 


50 


$1.50 


$1.80 


$2.85 


$3.50 


12x8 


12x 8 HM 


16 


63 


1.75 


2.10 


3.30 


4.00 


12x9 


12x 9 HM 


16 


74 


1.90 


2.30 


3.60 


4.60 


12x10 


12x10 HM 


12 


83 


2.20 


2.65 


4.00 


4.95 


14x12 


14x12 HM 


8 


123 


3.95 


4.75 


6.20 


7.20 



Stvltf* TTIVIT I * 16 register and outer frame are separate units, the frame being removed 
Oljic XJ.1T1 J. £ rom the reg j ster at foe t i me of installation. 



Stack 
Head 
1 Size 
Inches 


TWO PIECE 
STYLE 
Order 
by this 
Number 


Stand. 
Pack. 
Quan. 


Open 
Area 
Sq. In. 


Black 
Japanned 
or 

Prime Coat 


White 
Japanned 


Lacquered 
or Imitation 
Oak 
Finishes 


ELECTRO 

Oxidized 
Copper, 
Brass, 
Bronze 

or 
Nickel 


PLATED 

Chro- 
mium 

or 
Sanded 
Finishes 


10x8 


lOx 8 HMT 


15 


50 


$1.65 


$2.00 


$2.00 


$3.15 


$3.85 


12x8 


12x 8 HMT 


12 


63 


1.90 


2.30 


2.30 


3.65 


4.40 


12x9 


12x 9 HMT 


12 


74 


2.10 


2.55 


2.55 


4.00 


5.10 


12x10 


12x10 HMT 


10 


83 


2.40 


2.90 


2.90 


4.40 


5.50 




STYLE HMT— TWO PIECE 




Self Straightening Wall Registers 



PATENTED 



For Vertical Setting 



FOR VERTICAL SETTING 
in Ordering, Specify Style VSS 













Ox. 












White 


Copper, 


Chro- 


Stack 


Order 


Standard 


Black 


Japan, 


Brass, 


mium 


Head 


by this 


Package 


Japanned 


Imitation 


Bronze 




Size 


Number 


Quantity 


or 


Oak 


or 


Sanded 


Inches 






Prime Coat 


or Lacquer 


Nickel 


Finishes 










Finishes 


Plated 




8x10 


8xlOVSS 


16 


$1.50 


$1.80 


$2.85 


$3.50 


8x12 


8xl2VSS 


16 


1.75 


2.10 


3.30 


1.00 


9x12 


9xl2VSS 


H 


1.90 


2.30 


3.60 


4.60 


10x12 


I0xl2VSS 


12 


2.20 


2.65 


4.00 


4.95 






For Hor 


izontal S 


etting 






10x8 


10x8HSS 


16 


$1.50 


$1.80 


$2.85 


$3.50 


12x8 


12x8HSS 


16 


1.75 


2.10 


3.30 


4.00 


12x9 


12x9HSS 


16 


1.90 


2.30 


3.60 


4.60 


12x10 


12xlOHSS 


12 


2.2(1 


2.65 


4.00 


4.95 




FOR HORIZONTAL SETTING 
In Ordering, Specify Style HSS 



This lug slides right or left %" in 
frame to permit straightening 
of face \ 



If the Stackhead is Crooked in the Wall 

Even though the stackhead is out of line the Self-Straightening register 
ran he set straight and true. The face of this register screws to two loose 
lugs. These lugs slide sidewise in two slots in the wall frame. 

This makes it possible to tilt the register one way or the other and to 
line it up plumb and true though the stackhead may be crooked. 




Lugs slide 
to right or left 



Hardened steel screw 
engages lug at left 



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imiir 
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Hardened steel screw 
engages lug at left 



— 16 — 



Independent Baseboard Cold Air Intakes 




In two lengths; to lake in the space between either one or two studs. 



Order 
by this 
Number 


Size 
of 

Opening 
Inches 


Side 
Flange 
E \ l elision 
from 
Plaster 
Inches 


Open 
Area 
Sq. In. 


Extreme 
Overall 
Height 

and 
Length 
Inches 


Black 
Japanned 
or 

Prime Coat 


White 
Japan, 
Lacquer 
Finishes or 
Imitation Oak 


ELECTRO 

Oxidized 
Copper, 
Brass, 
Bronze 

or 
Nickel 


PLATED 

Chro- 
mium 
or 
Sanded 
Finishes 


714 


73^x14 




76 


8%xl6 


$2.25 


$2.75 


$3.50 


$4.00 


730 


7^x30 




165 


8M*32 


4.50 


5.50 


7.00 


8.00 


913 


9^x13^ 




101 


10J£xl6 


2.50 


3.00 


4.50 


5.00 


929 


9V 2 x29y 2 


314 


219 


10j£x32 


5.00 


6.00 


9.00 


10.00 , 


LI13 


ny 2 *ny 2 


*H 


125 


12^x16 


2.75 


3.25 


4.75 


5.25 


1129 


ny 2 x29y 2 


4M 


270 


12j|x32 


5.50 


6.50 


9.50 


10.50 



Wrought Steel — Return Air Intakes 



No. 82 RAI 

: HIIIiiHHH 

Wood screws for attaching are included with each plate 




For use in stair risers or 
flush installations in the 

baseboard. 



Size of 
Opening 
Inches 


Open Area 
Square 
Inches 


Extreme 
Overall Size 
Inches 


Black 
Japan 
or 

Prime Coat 


White Japan, 
Imitation Oak 
or Lacquer 
Finishes 


Electro Plated 
Ox. Copper, 

Nickel, Brass 
or Bronze 


Chromium 
or 
Sanded 
Finishes . 


14x4 


37 




$1.25 


$1.45 


$2.20 


$3.30 


24x4 


64 


4^x253^ 


1.85 


1.95 


3.00 


4.50 


30x4 


Mil 


4%x31K> 


2.15 


2.40 


3.70 


5.55 


14x5 


17 


5^x1534 


1.40 


1.55 


2.40 


3.60 


24x5 


80 


5^x2534 


1.85 


2.10 


3.20 


4 80 


30x5 


LOO 


5^x3 1 1 ■> 


2.30 


2.60 


4.00 


6.00 


14x6 


56 


6%xi5y 2 


L50 


1.70 


2.60 


3.90 


24x6 


96 


6^x25', 


2.20 


2.45 


3.80 


5.70 


30x6 


121 




2.65 


3.00 


4.60 


6.90 



Additional sizes can be furnished. 



Adjustable Wall Ventilators— All Steel 



For use to secure circulation between rooms on the same floor. 

Consists of two wrought steel white japanned grilles, a sheet metal box which adjusts from 4 to 8 inches, connecting the two, spiral springs 
holding all in position, ft is ready to be installed when received by the purchaser and will fit all ordinary partitions. 

Size of Sheet Extreme Dimensions List 

Pfo. Metal Box of Register Faces Price 

Inches Inches Each 

821 8x24 10x26 $ 7.60 

830 8x30 10x32 8.50 

1021 . 10x24 12x26 8.30 

1030 ... 10x30 12x32 9.50 

1224 12x24 14x26 9.00 

1230 12x30 14x32 10.50 

Each Ventilator in a separate package. 




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mmnm 



— 17 — 



Independent Adjustable Ceiling Ventilators 
All Steel— With Telescoping Boxes 

Nos. 80-120 




With connecting boxes telescoped 



No. 

80 
85 
90 
LOO 
105 
120 



Size of Sheet 
Metal Box 
Inches 



List 
Price 
Each 

8x10 $2.50 

8x12 3.00 

9x12 3.25 

10x12 3.85 

10x14 4.50 

12x14 5.15 



Each 
shipping 
nished. 



Ventilator in a corrugated board re- 
carton. Additional sizes can be fur- 




With the use of Ceiling Venti- 
lators the surplus heat from the 
lower rooms is utilized and car- 
ried to the rooms above. 

They are indispensable for use 
with Pipeless or Single Register 
furnaces, Cabinet Heaters or 
Parlor Furnaces furnishing the 
only satisfactory method of 
warming upper rooms with the 
doors closed. The same success 
comes if used with any style of 
heating stove. 

Each Ventilator is complete in 
itself; a black japanned floor 
register with valves, a white 
japanned ceiling plate, and ad- 
justable sheet metal boxes con- 
necting the two, spiral springs 
holding all in position. 

It is ready to install when 
received by the purchaser and 
will fit all ordinary ceilings. 

The installation is made quickly by one man from the floor of the room above, 
the time of installation, the floor and ceiling openings are cut out of alignment 
cases the connecting boxes accommodate themselves to the variation and make 
tory conned ion. 

All sizes with boxes telescoped are but little more than four inches high. 
By making the connecting boxes in three sections, they are materially strengthened and 
the liability of damage in shipping and handling is reduced to the minimum. 



With connecting boxes extended 



< Mten, at 
Tn such 
a satisfac- 



40-46 PATTERN — Ceiling Face with six-inch round opening in center 




The round opening in the white japanned ceiling face provides means for reaching 
the interior at the time of installation and this opening may also be used as the 
connection to the warm air pipe of a double heater stove. 



The illustration 
shows the remov- 
able center piece 
in position. 



No 



Size of Sheet 
Metal Box 
Inches 



List 
Price 
Each 

40 8x10 $3.10 

41 8x12 3.6S 

42 9x12 4.00 

43 10x12 4.60 

44 10x14 5.30 

45 12x14 6.00 



Each Ventilator in a corrugated board re-shipping carton. 



COMBINATION PATTERN— May be used as six-inch Smoke Pipe Register 




Both the black floor register face and the white wrought steel ceiling plate are pro- 
vided with openings for a six-inch smoke pipe to pass through. 

Center pieces to close these openings are furnished. 



Size of Sheet 
Metal Box 
Inches 



List 

Price 

Each 



The floor regis- 
ter face is made 
without valves. 



108 8x10 $3.10 

1210 10x12 4.60 

Each Ventilator in a corrugated board re-shipping carton. 



Made with six-inch smoke pipe openings only. 



— 18 — 



Intlepenflent Wrought (Perforated) Steel Grilles 

ALSO MADE OF BRASS, BRONZE, ALUMINUM AND OTHER METALS 















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































1 






mm 



PLAIN LATTICE— No. 75 is the size most often used. 




No. 225 S— 67% Open Area 
Opening* in width. 2 inches renter to center. 
Openings in height, 2 inches center to center. 
U idth of interior hars. 14 inch. 

Orders should specify which dimension is height 



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No. $HG — 3 x 3 inch openings. 
Bart* between squares % inch. 
Each square, 5 square inches open area. 




Grilles perforated from sheet metal to sizes as specified to meet 
our customers' requirements are shown on this page. 

They are made to order and are not carried in stock but usually can be 
supplied with little delay. They can be furnished without finish or any finish 
desired can be put on them. Prime Coat is the usual finish where the grilles 
are to be painted to match interior finish. 

Plain Lattice Grilles in five sizes of openings: 

No. 50; 45% free area, %" multiples sq. opening, H" cro9S bars - 

No. 75; 57% free area, 1" multiples %" sq. openings, 34" cross bars. 

No. 82; 67% free area, 1" multiples .82" x .82" sq. openings, .18" cross bars. 

No. 875; 61% free area, IJ/g" multiples %" sq. openings, J^" cross bars. 

No. 100; 64% free area, l}4" multiples 1" sq. openings, }£" cross bars. 

The thickness recommended for steel grilles is No. 12 gauge (approximately Y%') but 
No. 14 gauge (.078") or No. 10 gauge (.140") may also be used. 

The chart below shows the thickness of various gauges of steel. 

No. 12 ga. ^^^^^^^^^^^S .109" thick 
No. 14 ga. v/m/mmMM//mmMm/w tmmMMMmfflMnm .078" thick 



We welcome inquiries, which should include the following information: 



Daylight opening size and overall size. 
Quantity and finish. 
Material and gauge. 

If invisible doors are required, their location 
should be stated. 



Design preferred. 

If screw holes arc desired, their loca- 
tion and number and whether to 
be countersunk. 

If for use in the floor, it should be 
specified. 




No. 75D— 57% Open Area (Variable) 
• { 4 inch diagonal square openings. % inch cross 
hars. f| inch multiple*. 
Each opening: .5625 sq. in. 



I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 



Hill 
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iiiiiiiiiiiiiini 



Any Grille shown on this page can he furnished with 
Invisible Doors 
The exact location should be specified. 



Angle Frames 



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immammmmmm************* 



Any of our grilles can be furnished with steel 
angle frames to which they may be hinged or 

screwed. 

Standard sizes of angle frame material: 

7 Ax%xn inch 
IHxIHxVs inch 
Wall opening sizes should be specified. 



Special Grille Bulletin 

Showing prices and more detailed information will be sent upon request. 



— 19 — 



Independent "Fnnriknf ed" Air Conditioning Registers 

REG. U.S. PAT. OFFICE 

Adjustable Directed Air Flow i 

The grille bars may be individually adjusted to direct the air flow to any desired degree to 45°, either right, left or upward and downward. 
The extensive Independent line provides sizes, styles and types for practically all requirements. 

The method of adjustment is very simple. \\ ith each order is included a 
tool for turning the grille bars. The picture shows the simplicity of the 
operation, and the ease with which the bars can he adjusted for any angle 
of deflection to 45°. 




No. 311 A — Air Flow Downward. 
Angle of deflection adjustable from straight to 45 degrees. 
Also adjustable to secure upward air flow. 




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liiiinnnuiirrrrrr 




The directional adjustment can 
be made at the time of installing and 
after the system is operating it may 
easily be changed at any time to 
make corrections necessary to meet 
unforeseen or changed conditions. 



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No. 321 A — A Fan Shape in Air Flow Deflection. 

Angles to the Left — Straight Flow — Angles to the Right. 
Any combination desired can be secured. 

Size of Opening in Face: % inch w ide. 
Interior Bars: % inch deep x 14 Ga. (.078) Cold Roiled 
Steel. 

Face Rim: Cold Rolled Steel. 



Wall Frames — Style WX 

For Installation Before Lath and Plaster 




Standard Depth of Frame, % in. 




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il 




The frame arms are of sufficient length so that the stackhead may be 
located in any position desired between the studs; in the center or at the 
right or left. 

The stackhead flanges should be made to extend through the frame openings, and of sufficient 
length so that they may be bent backward and over the outside of the frame edges, thus securing a 
tight and rigid connection between the stackhead and wall frame. The lath and plaster cover 
the arms, the plaster when completed being flush with the outer edges of the frame. 

To complete the installation the register is screwed to the frame after plastering. The outer 
rims of the register face extend heyond the frame edges and cover any plaster deficiency 
or cracking around the frame. 

Note: The rims of the register faces lend themselves to air-tightness being formed to provide 
space for sponge rubber, felt, asbestos or plaster packing to seal the register to the wall. 



We issue a special and very complete catalogue showing registers and grilles designed especially for forcedj 
air and air conditioned installations which will be sent upon request. 



Printed in U. S. A. 



— 20 — 



Always Leading 
» Always Progressing 

- 

Again in 1938 

MEETS A GROWING NEED 

★ * * 

9 THE INDEPENDENT REGISTER CO. 

3747 East 93rd Street, Cleveland, Ohio 

Folder S-36 



Independent Wrought Steel Registers 

The Faces of Perforated Metal 




Meeting the wishes for a quality line of Air Conditioning 
Registers and Grilles at a moderate price. Independent again 
leads the way, with the New Number 36 line. 

Built to quality specifications, but in no way taking the place 
of Independent "Fabrikated," this new line is moderately priced 
to meet the needs for lower priced installations. 



No. 136 Wall Register 




Style WO Frame 

Style WO Frame may be installed either before or after lath 

and plaster. 

These frames set inside of the stack head flanges and are 
usually attached to them by sheet metal straps riveted to the 
stack head and turned back over the frame; or, they may be 
attached by sheet metal screws. Slots are provided in the hor- 
izontal dimension; screw holes in the vertical dimension. 

The register is screwed to the frame, to complete the in- 
stallation. The outer rims of the register face cover any plaster 
deficiency around the stack head. 

The No. 36 line is regularly equipped and priced with WO 
Frames. Style WX and BX may be had at only a slight advance 
in cost. 





No. 136BO Baseboard Register 
J4" Projecting flanges 



Standard Depth of Frame. 
WX Wall Frame 




Standard Depth of Frame I ' 1 
BX Baseboard Frame 



Style WX and BX Frames are for installation before the lath and plaster. 

The frame arms are of sufficient length so that the stack head may be located in any position desired between the 
studs; in the center or at the right or left. 

Stack head flanges should extend through the frame opening, and be of sufficient length so that they may be bent 
backward and over the outside of the frame edges, thus securing a tight, rigid connection between the stackhead and 
wall frame. The lath and plaster cover the arms. The plaster when completed should be flush with the outer edges 
of the frame. 

To complete installation the register is then screwed to the frame. The outer rims of the register face extend beyond 
the frame edges and cover any plaster deficiency or cracking around the frame. 



Independent Wrought Steel Intakes 

The Faces of Perforated Metal 



Grilles in the No. 36 design are very attractive and harmonize 
with present trends in architecture. 

No. 36 Grilles are available in the many sizes listed, and can 
be furnished complete with any style of setting frame, when 
desired to be used as a warm air outlet. 




No. 36 Wall Grille 




No, 36-BBI Baseboard Intake 
Ji" Projecting flanges 



This No. 36 design when used in the baseboard blends in 
with its long lines, and when given the same finish, is very 
inconspicuous. 

The narrow punching results in low visibility through the 
register and fine appearance. 

On the Baseboard Registers and the Baseboard Intakes the 
side and top projecting flanges extend % inch from the plaster 
line. The Baseboard fits tightly to the % inch flange, thus 
making a flush installation. 



The new No. 136 line of registers are non-adjustable. The air flow is straight out from the register grille. 
For Adjustable Directed Air Flow refer to Designs No. 311-A and 321-A in the complete general catalogue. 




The outer rim lends itself to air tight- 
ness. Note from the illustration how the 
edges are turned backward providing space 
in the rims to hold a felt or rubber gasket, 
or the rim may be filled with patching 
plaster or cement, thus sealing the register 
face to the wall. 



Detail Information 

Punchings: 



8' 
12" 



to 10" lengths- 



16 

3 



1 M 
A 16 



1 2 7 
A 32 



to 30" lengths—^ 
Daylight Opening: 

Yl' Horizontal x 1" Vertical 
Less than stack sizes 

Overall Sizes: 

l%" Horizontal x 1J4" Vertical 
Greater than stack sizes 



Rubber Gasket— Rubber Gasket can be supplied with the New No. 36 line at slight additional cost. We 
supply this Gasket material in 10 ft. lengths, with one side cement coated for attachment on the job. 



Independent Wrought Steel Registers 

The Faces of Perforated Metal 



List Prices: No.'s 136 Wall Registers; 136 BO Baseboard Registers; 
36 Wall Grilles; 36 BBI Baseboard Intakes. 









No. 136 




No. 136 




No. 136-BO 




M No. 136-BO 




To Fit 




1 WALL REGISTER 


7 WALL REGISTER 


«f BASEBOARD REGISTER 


4 BASEBOARD REGISTER 






NO FRAME 


fc WITH WO FRAME 


v NO FRAME 




■ WITH WO FRAME 


Stackhead 




























Size; 


Open 






Electro 






Electro 






Electro 






Electro 


( Horizontal 


(Free) 


Black 


White 


Plated 


Black 


White 


Plated 


Black 


White 


Plated 


Black 


White 


Plated 


Dimension 




Japanned 


Japanned, 


Ox. Copper 


Japanned 


J apanned , 


Ox* Copper 


Japanned 




Ox. Copper 


J apanned 


J i\ p *i n nc i\ . 


0%' Copper 


First) 


Sq.in. 


or 


Oak, or 


Nickel 


or 


Oak, or 


Nickel 


or 


Oak, or ' 


Nickel 


or 


Oak, or 


Nickel 


Inches 


Prime 


Lacquered 


Brass 


Prime 


Lacquered 


Brass 


Prime 


Lacquered 


Brass 


Prime 


Lacquered 


Brass 






Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


8x4 


16 


$1.10 


$1.25 


$1.95 


$1.30 


$1.45 


$2.15 


$1.25 


$1.40 


$2.05 


$1.45 


$1.60 


$2.25 


8x6 


27 


1.25 


1.40 


2.15 


1.45 


1.60 


2.35 


1.40 


1.55 


2.30 


1.60 


1.75 


2.50 


10x4 


21 


LIS 


1.30 


2.00 


1.35 


1.50 


2.20 


1.30 


1.45 


2.15 


1.50 


1.65 


2.35 


L0x5 


27 


1.20 


1.40 


2.15 


1.40 


1.60 


2.35 


1.40 


1.55 


2.30 


1.60 


1.75 


2.50 


10x6 


34 


1.25 


1.45 


2.20 


1.45 


1.65 


2.40 


1.45 


1.60 


2.35 


1.65 


1.80 


2.55 


10x8 


48 


1.40 


1.55 


2.40 


1.65 


1.80 


2.65 


1.55 


1.75 


2.60 


1.80 


2.00 


2.85 


12x4 


25 


1.25 


1.40 


2.15 


1.45 


1.60 


2.35 


1.40 


1.55 


2.30 


1.60 


1.75 


2.50 


12x5 


33 


1.35 


1.50 


2.35 


1.60 


1.75 


2.60 


1.50 


1.70 


2.50 


1.75 


1.95 


2.75 


12x6 


41 


1.40 


1.55 


2.40 


1.65 


1.80 


2.65 


1.55 


1.75 


2.60 


1.80 


2.00 


2.85 


12x8 


58 


1.50 


1.70 


2.60 


1.75 


1.95 


2.85 


1.70 


1.90 


2.80 


1.95 


2.15 


3.05 


12x9 


66 


1.60 


1.80 


2.80 


1.90 


2.10 


3.10 


1.80 


2.05 


3.00 


2.10 


2.35 


3.30 


12x10 


75 


1.85 


2.10 


3.20 


2.15 


2.40 


3.50 


2.10 


2.30 


3.45 


2.40 


2.60 


3.75 


14x4 


29 


1.25 


1.45 


2.20 


1.45 


1.65 


2.40 


1.45 


1.60 


2.35 


1.65 


1.80 


2.55 


14x5 


39 


1.40 


1.55 


2.40 


1.65 


1.80 


2.65 


1.55 


1.75 


2.60 


1.80 


2.00 


2.85^ 


14x6 


48 


1.50 


1.70 


2.60 


1.75 


1.95 


2.85 


1.70 


1.90 


2.80 


1.95 


2.15 


■ 


14x8 


68 


1.60 


1.80 


2.80 


1.90 


2.10 


3.10 


1.80 


2.05 


3.00 


2.10 


2.35 


3.30 w 


14x10 


87 


2.05 


2.35 


3.60 


2.40 


2.70 


3.95 


2.35 


2.60 


3.85 


2.70 


2.95 


4.20 



To Fit 
Stackhead 

Size: 
(Horizontal 
Dimension 
First) 
Inches 


P No. 36 

•1 WALL GRILLES 

w NO VALVES OR FRAME 


ft No. 36-BBI 

h BASEBOARD INTAKE 

w K" PROJECTING FLANGE 


7 

Setting 
Frames 

WX 

BX 


To Fit 
Stackhead 

Size: 
(Horizontal 
Dimension 
First) 
Inches 


P No. 36 

!t WALL GRILLES 

w NO VALVES OR FRAME 


ft No. 36-BBI 

h BASEBOARD INTAKE 

u %" PROJECTING FLANGE 


7 

Setting 
Frames 

WX 

BX 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
3x. Copper 
Nickel 
Brass 
Bronze 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 
Brass 
Bronze 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 
Brass 
Bronze 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japanned, 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 
Brass 
Bronze 


8x4 
8x6 


$ .60 
.70 


$ .75 
.85 


$1.45 
1.60 


$ .75 
.85 


$ .90 
1.00 


$1.55 
1.75 


$ .80 
.85 


14x4 
14x5 
14x6 
14x8 
14x10 


• .75 
.80 
.85 
.90 

1.15 


.90 
.95 
1.05 
1.10 
1.45 


1.65 
1.80 
1.95 
2.10 
2.70 


.90 
.95 
1.05 
1.10 
1.45 


1.05 
1.15 
1.25 
1.35 
1.70 


1.80 
2.00 
2.15 
2.30 
2.95 


.90 
.95 
1.05 
1.10 
1.45 


10x4 
10x5 
10x6 
10x8 


.65 
.70 
.75 
.80 


.80 
85 
.90 
.95 


1.50 
1.60 
1.65 
1.80 


.80 
.85 
.90 
.95 


.95 
1.00 
1.05 
1.15 


1.65 
1.75 
1.80 
2.00 


.80 
.85 
.90 
.95 


1 24x4 
24x5 

i 24x6 
24x8 


1.00 
1.05 
1.25 
1.45 


1.20 
1.30 
1.50 
1.75 


2.25 
2.40 
2.85 
3.30 


1.20 
1.30 
1.50 
1.75 


1.45 
1.50 
1.80 
2.10 


2.50 
2.65 
3.15 
3.65 


1.20 
1.30 
1.50 
1.75 


12x4 
12x5 
12x6 
12x8 
12x9 
12x10 


.70 
.75 
.80 
.85 
.90 
1.05 


.85 
.90 
.95 
1.05 
1.10 
1.30 


1.60 
1.75 
1.80 
1.95 
2.10 
2.40 


.85 
.90 
.95 
1.05 
1.10 
1.30 


1.00 
1.10 
1.15 
1.25 
1.35 
1.50 


1.75 
1.90 
2.00 
2.15 
2.30 
2.65 


.85 
.90 
.95 
1.05 
1.10 
1,30 


30x4 
30x5 
30x6 
30x8 
30x10 


1.20 
1.30 
1.50 
1.70 
1.90 


1.50 
1.60 
1.85 
2.10 
2.30 


2.80 
3.00 
3.45 
3.90 
4.35 


1.50 
1.60 
1.85 
2.10 
2.30 


1.75 
1.90 
2.20 
2.45 
2.75 


3.05 
3.30 
3.80 
4.30 
4.80 


1.50 
1.60 
1.85 
2.10 
2.30 



Tables Continued in Opposite Columns 



AVAILABLE ONLY IN SIZES SHOWN IN ABOVE TABLES 



INDEPENDENT 

Wrought Steel Air Conditioning Registers & Grilles 




Always Leading 
Always Progressing 

THE INDEPENDENT REGISTER CO. 

3747 EAST 93rd STREET • CLEVELAND, OHIO 

FOLDER S-37 



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The Faces of Perforated Metal 




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Design No. 37 Wrought Steel Registers and Grilles have 
always been popular with the Industry, and at today's low prices 
they will prove of great value to the Installer of Air Conditioning 
Equipment. 



No. 137 Wall Register 



The No. 137 Wall Registers and No. 37 Wall Grilles are fur- 
nished with beveled outer edges. This bevel lends itself to hold- 
ing a rubber gasket or cement, thus making the line "Streak 
Proof." 




No. 37 Wall Grille 




It 

Him 

miiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 



Wall Grilles can be used for installation in the wall or as a 
flush type intake in the Baseboard. 

Wall Grilles can be equipped with any style of setting frame, 
as shown on the next page. 



No. 137-BO Baseboard Register 
%" Projecting Flanges 



On the Baseboard Registers and the Baseboard Intakes the 
side and top projecting flanges extend ]/% inch from the plaster 
line. The Baseboard fits tightly to the 7 /g" flange, thus making a 
flush installation. 




No. 37-BBI Baseboard Intake 
y%" Projecting Flange 



Independent Wrought Steel Setting Frames 



Three tvpes of setting frames are available for use with this design of register and grille. The frame arms of 
Styles WX and BX are of sufficient length to permit any desired position between the studs. 



Style WO 



The list prices given in 
Tables* 12 and 14 include 
the AtfO type of Setting 
Frame. 




Standard Depth of Frame, % in. 
WX Wall Frame 



Standard Depth of Frame, \% in. 
BX Baseboard Frame 



The stackhead flanges should he made to extend through the frame opening, and be of sufficient 
length so that they may be bent backward and over the outside of the frame edges, thus securing a 
tight, rigid connection between the stackhead and wall frame. The lath and plaster cover the frame 
arms. The plaster when completed should be flush with the outer edges of the frame. 



List Prices: Nos. 137 Wall Registers; 137-RO Baseboard Registers; 37 Wall Grilles; 37-RBI Baseboard Intakes. 







No. 37 






No. 37-BBI 


10 






No. 37 






No. 37-BBI 


10 


To Fit 
Stackhead 


A % A LI. GRILLES NO 


M BASEBOARD INTAKE 


To Fii 
Stackhead 


H WALL GRILLES NO 


*• BASEBOARD INTAKE 


W VALVES OR FRAMES 


W %" PROJECTING FLANGE 


V VALVES OR FRAMES 


W PROJECT'G FLANGE 


w5ize: 






Electro 






Electro 


Setting 


Size: 






Electro 






Electro 


Setting 


Horizontal 


Black 


White 


Plaied 


Black 


White 


Plated 


Frames 


(Horizontal 


Black 


White 


Plated 


Black 


White 


Plated 


Frames 


Timension 


Japanned 


Japanned, 


( K . ( iopper 


J a panned 


J a panned, 


Ox, Copper 


WX 


Dimension 


Japanned 


Japanned, 


Ox. Copper 


Japanned 


Japanned, 


Ox. Copper 


WX 


First) 


or 


Oak, or 


Nickel 


or 


Oak. or 


Nickel 


BX 


First) 


or 


Oak, or 


Nickel 


or 


Oak, or 


Nickel 


BX 


Inches 


Prime 


Lacquered 


Brass 


Prime 


Lacquered 


Brass 




Inches 


Prime 


Lacquered 


Braes 


Prime 


Lacquered 


Brass 






Coal 


Finishes 


Bronze 


Coal 


Finishes 


Bronze 






Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 


Coat 


Finishes 


Bronze 




8x4 


$ .60 


$ .75 


$1.45 


$ .75 


$ .90 


$1.55 


$ .80 


22x4 


$ .90 


$1.10 


$2.10 


$1.10 


$1.35 


$2.30 


$1.10 


8x6 


.70 


.85 


1.60 


.85 


1.00 


1.75 


.85 


22x5 


1.00 


1.20 


2.25 


1.20 


1.45 


2.50 


1.20 


















22x6 


1.15 


1.45 


2.70 


1.45 


1.70 


2.95 


1.45 


















10x4 


.65 


.80 


1.50 


.80 


.95 


1.65 


.80 


22x8 


1.35 


1.70 


3.15 


1.70 


2.00 


3.45 


1.70 


10x5 


.70 


.85 


1.60 


.85 


1.00 


1.75 


.85 


22x10 


1.50 


1.85 


3.45 


1.85 


2.20 


3.80 


1.85 


10x6 


.75 


.90 


1.65 


.90 


1.05 


1.80 


.90 


































10x8 


.80 


.95 


1.80 


.95 


1.15 


2.00 


.95 


24x4 


1.00 


1.20 


2.25 


1.20 


1.45 


2.50 


1.20 


















24x5 


1.05 


1.30 


2.40 


1.30 


1.50 


2.65 


1.30 


















12x4 


.70 


.85 


1.60 


.85 


1.00 


1.75 


.85 


24x6 


1.25 


1.50 


2.85 


1.50 


1.80 


3.15 


1.50 


12x5 


.75 


.90 


1.75 


.90 


1.10 


1.90 


.90 


24x8 


1.45 


1.75 


3.30 


1.75 


2.10 


3.65 


1.75 


12x6 


.80 


.95 


1.80 


.95 


1.15 


2.00 


.95 


24x10 


1.55 


1.90 


3.60 


1.90 


2.30 


3.95 


1.90 


12x8 


.85 


1.05 


1.95 


1.05 


1.25 


2.15 


1.05 


































12x9 


.90 


1.10 


2.10 


1.10 


1.35 


2.30 


1.10 


26x4 


1.05 


1.30 


2.40 


1.30 


1.50 


2.65 


1.30 


12x10 


1.05 


1.30 


2.40 


1.30 


1.50 


2.65 


1.30 


26x5 


1.10 


1.35 


2.55 


1.35 


1.60 


2.80 


1.35 


















26x6 


1.30 


1.60 


3.00 


1.60 


1.90 


3.30 


1.60 


















14x4 


.75 


.90 


1.65 


.90 


1.05 


1.80 


.90 


26x8 


1.55 


1.90 


3.60 


1.90 


2.30 


3.95 


1.90 


14x5 


.80 


.95 


1.80 


.95 


1.15 


2.00 


.95 


26x10 


1.70 


2.10 


3.90 


2.10 


2.45 


4.30 


2.10 


14x6 


.85 


1.05 


1.95 


1.05 


1.25 


2.15 


1.05 


































14x8 


.90 


1.10 


2.10 


1.10 


1.35 


2.30 


1.10 


28x4 


1.10 


1.35 


2.55 


1.35 


1.60 


2.80 


1.35 


14x10 


1.15 


1.45 


2.70 


1.45 


1.70 


2.95 


1.45 


28x5 


1.25 


1.50 


2.85 


1.50 


1.80 


3.15 


1.50 


















28x6 


1.45 


1.75 


3.30 


1.75 


2.10 


3.65 


1.75 


















16x4 


.75 


.90 


1.75 


.90 


1.10 


1.90 


.90 


28x8 


1.55 


1.90 


3.60 


1.90 


2.30 


3.95 


1.90 


16x5 


.80 


1.00 


1.90 


1.00 


1.20 


2.05 


1.00 


28x10 


1.80 


2.25 


4.20 


2.25 


2.65 


4.60 


2.25 


16x6 


.90 


1.10 


2.10 


1.10 


1.35 


2.30 


1.10 


































16x8 


1.05 


1.30 


2.40 


1.30 


1.50 


2.65 


1.30 


30x4 


1.20 


1.50 


2.80 


1.50 


1.75 


3.05 


1.50 


16x10 


1.25 


1.50 


2.85 


1.50 


1.80 


3.15 


1.50 


30x5 


1.30 


1.60 


3.00 


1.60 


1.90 


3.30 


1.60 


















30x6 


1.50 


1.85 


3.45 


1.85 


2.20 


3.80 


1.85 


















18x4 


.80 


.95 


1.80 


.95 


1.15 


2.00 


.95 


30x8 


1.70 


2.10 


3.90 


2.10 


2.45 


4.30 


2.10 


18x5 


.85 


1.05 


1.95 


1.05 


1.25 


2.15 


1.05 


30x10 


1.90 


2.30 


4.35 


2.30 


2.75 


4.80 


2.30 


18x6 


1.00 


1.20 


2.25 


1.20 


1.45 


2.50 


1.20 


































18x8 


1.15 


1.45 


2.70 


1.45 


1.70 


2.95 


1.45 


36x4 


1.65 


2.00 


3.75 


2.00 


2.40 


4.15 


2.00 


18x10 


1.35 


1.65 


3.10 


1.65 


1.95 


3.40 


1.65 


36x5 


1.70 


2.10 


3.90 


2.10 


2.45 


4.30 


2.10 


















36x6 


1.75 


2.15 


4.05 


2.15 


2.55 


4.45 


2.15 


















m 


.85 


1.05 


1.95 


1.05 


1.25 


2.15 


1.05 


36x8 


1.90 


2.30 


4.35 


2.30 


2.75 


4.80 


2.30 


^0x5 


.90 


1.10 


2.10 


1.10 


1.35 


2.30 


1.10 


36x10 


2.15 


2.65 


4.95 


2.65 


3.15 


5.45 


2.65 


20x6 


1.10 


1.35 


2.55 


1.35 


1.60 


2.80 


1.35 


















20x8 


1.30 


1.60 


3.00 


1.60 


1.90 


3.30 


1.60 


















20x10 


1.45 


1.75 


3.30 


1.75 


2.10 


3.65 


1.75 



















Tables Continued in Opposite Columns. 



Independent Wrought Steel Registers 

The Faces of Perforated Metal 



List Prices Continued 



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11 


No. 137 
WALL REGISTER 
NO FRAME 


•f A No. 137 
1 # WALL REGISTER 
B m WITH WO FRAME 


1H No. 137- BO 
1-1 BASER A R D R EG I ST K R 
BV NO FRAME 


•i * No. 137-BO 
lH BVSEBOARD REGISTER 
1 ^ WITH W O ER A ME 


Size: 
Horizontal 
Dimension 
First) 
Inches 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 
Goat 


White 
Japanned. 

Oak. or 
Lacquered 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 
Brass 
Bronze 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 
Coat 


While 
Japanned. 

Oak. or 
Lacquered 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 
Brass 
Bronze 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japan ned. 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plated 
Ox. Copper 
Nickel 
Brass 
Bronze 


Black 
Japanned 
or 
Prime 
Coat 


White 
Japanned. 

Oak, or 
Lacquered 

Finishes 


Electro 
Plaled 
Ox. Copper 

Nickel 

Brass 
Bronze 


8x4 
8x6 


18 

27 


$1.10 
1.25 


$1,25 
1.40 


$1.95 
2.15 


$1.30 
1.45 


$1.45 
1,60 


$2.15 

2.35 


$1.25 
1.40 


$1.40 
1.55 


$2.05 
2.30 


$1.45 
1.60 


* 1.611 
1.75 


$2.25 
2.50 


10x4 
10x5 
10x6 
10x8 


23 
30 
34 
46 


1.15 
1.20 
1.25 
1.40 


1.30 
1.40 
1.45 
1.55 


2.00 
2.15 
2.20 
2.40 


1.35 
1.40 
1.45 
1.65 


1.50 
1.60 
1.65 
1.80 


2.20 
2.35 
2.40 
2.65 


1.30 
1.40 
1 .45 
1.55 


1.45 
1.55 
1.60 
1.75 


2.15 
2.30 
2.35 
2.60 


1.50 
1.60 
1.65 
1.80 


1.65 
1.75 
1.80 
2.00 


2.35 
2.50 
2.55 
2.85 


12x4 
12x5 
12x6 
12x8 
12x9 
12x10 


28 
36 
42 
56 
56 
73 


1.25 
1.35 
1.40 
1.50 
1.60 
1.85 


1.40 
1.50 
1.55 
1.70 
1.80 
2.L0 


2.15 
2.35 
2.40 
2.60 
2.80 
3.20 


1.45 
1.60 
1.65 
1.75 
1.90 
2.15 


1.60 
1.75 
1.80 
1.95 
2.10 
2,40 


2.35 
2.60 
2.65 
2.85 
3.10 
3.50 


1.40 
1.50 
1.55 
1.70 
1.80 
2.10 


1.55 
1.70 
1.75 
1.90 
2.05 
2.30 


2.30 
2.50 
2.60 
2.80 
3.00 
3.45 


1.60 
1.75 
1 .80 
1.95 
2.10 
2.40 


1.75 
1.95 
2.00 
2.15 
2.35 
2.60 


2.50 
2.75 
2.85 
3.05 
3.30 
3.75 


14x4 
14x5 
14x6 
14x8 
14x10 


32 
43 
49 
65 
85 


1.25 
1.40 
1.50 
1.60 

2.05 


1.45 
1.55 
1.70 
1.80 

2.35 


2.20 
2.40 
2.60 
2.80 
3.60 


1.45 
1.65 
1.75 
1.90 

2.40 


1.65 
1.80 
1.95 
2.10 

2.70 


2.40 
2.65 
2.85 
3.10 
3.95 


1.45 
1.55 
1.70 
1.80 

2.35 


1.60 
1.75 
1.90 
2.05 
2.60 


2.35 
2.60 
2.80 
3.00 
3.85 


1.65 
1.80 
1.95 
2.10 
2.70 


1.80 
2,00 
2.15 
2.35 
2.05 


2.55 
2.85 
3.05 
3.30 
4.20 


16x4 
16x5 
16x6 
16x8 
16x10 


37 
49 
56 
75 
98 


1.35 
1.45 
1.60 
1.85 

2.20 


1.50 
1.65 
1.80 
2.10 
2.45 


2.35 
2.55 
2.80 
3.20 
3.80 


1.60 
1.70 
1.90 
2.15 
2.55 


1.75 
1.90 
2.10 
2.40 
2.85 


2.60 
2,80 
3.10 
3.50 
4.20 


1,50 
1.65 
1.80 
2,10 

2.45 


1.70 
1.85 

2.05 
2.30 
2.75 


2.50 
2.70 
3.00 
3.45 
4,10 


1.75 
1.90 
2.10 

2.40 
2.85 


1.95 
2.10 

2.35 
2.65 
3.15 


2.75 
2.95 
3.30 
3.75 
4,45 


18x4 
18x5 
18x6 
18x8 
18x10 


42 
55 
64 
85 
111 


1.40 
1.50 
1.75 
2.05 
2.35 


1.55 
1.70 
1.95 

2.35 
2.65 


2,40 
2.60 
3.00 
3.60 
4.10 


1.65 
1.75 
2.05 
2.45 
2.75 


1.80 
1.95 
2.25 
2.70 
3.10 


2.65 
2.85 
3.30 
3.95 
4.50 


1.55 
1.70 
1.95 
2.35 
2.65 


1.75 
1.90 
2.20 
2.60 
2.95 


2.6!) 

2.80 
3.25 
3,85 
4.40 


1.8!) 

1.95 
2.25 
2.70 
3.10 


2.00 
2.15 
2.50 
2.95 
3.40 


2.85 
3.05 
3.55 
4.25 
4.80 


20x4 
20x5 
20x6 
20x8 
20x10 


47 
62 
71 
95 
124 


1.50 
1.60 
L.95 
2.30 
2.55 


1.70 
1.80 

2.20 
2.60 
2.85 


2.60 
2.80 
3.40 
4.00 
4.40 


1.75 
1.90 

2.30 
2.70 
2.95 


1.95 
2.10 
2.55 
3.00 
3.30 


2.85 
3.10 
3.75 
4.40 
4.85 


1.70 
1.80 
2.20 
2.60 
2.85 


1.90 
2.05 
2.45 
2.00 
3.20 


2.80 
3.00 
3.65 
4.30 
4.75 


1.95 
2.10 

2.55 
3.00 
3.30 


2.15 
2.35 
2.80 
3.30 
3.65 


3.05 
3.30 
4.00 
4.70 
5.15 


22x4 
22x5 
22x6 
22x8 
22x10 


52 
68 
78 
104 
136 


1.60 
L.75 
2.05 
2.40 
2.65 


1.80 
1.95 

2.35 
2.75 
3.00 


2.80 
3.00 
3.60 
4.20 
4.60 


1.90 
2.05 
2,40 
2.85 
3.10 


2.10 
2.25 
2.70 
3.15 
3.45 


3.10 
3.30 
3.95 
4,60 
5.05 


1.80 
L95 
2.35 
2.75 
3.00 


2.05 
2.20 
2.60 
3.05 
3.35 


3.00 
3.25 
3.85 
4.50 
4.95 


2.10 
2.25 
2.70 
3.15 
3.45 


2.30 

2.50 
2.95 
3.45 
3.80 


3.30 
3.55 
4.20 
4.95 
5.40 


24x4 
24x5 
24x6 
24x8 
24x10 


57 
74 
86 
114 
149 


1.75 
1.85 
2.20 
2.55 
2.75 


1.95 
2.10 
2.45 
2.85 
3.10 


3.00 
3.20 
3.80 
4.40 
4.80 


2,05 
2.15 
2.60 
3.00 
3.25 


2.25 
2.40 
2.85 
3.30 
3.60 


3.30 
3.50 
4.20 
4.85 
5.30 


1.95 
2.10 
2.45 
2.85 
3.10 


2.20 
2.30 
2.75 
3.20 
3.50 


3.25 
3,45 
4.10 
4.75 
5.15 


2.25 
2.40 
2.85 
3.30 
3.60 


2.50 
2.60 
3.15 
3.65 
3.95 


3.55 
3.75 
4.50 
5.20 
5.65 


26x4 
26x5 
26x6 
26x8 
26x10 


62 
81 
93 
124 
162 


1.85 
1.95 

2.30 
2.75 
3.00 


2.10 
2.20 
2.60 
3.10 

3.49 


3.20 
3.40 
4.00 
4.80 
5.20 


2.15 
2,30 
2.70 
3.25 
3.50 


2.40 
2.55 
3.00 
3.60 
3.90 


3.50 
3.75 
4,40 
5.30 
5.70 


2.10 
2.20 
2.60 
3.10 
3.40 


2.30 
2.45 
2.90 
3.50 
3.75 


3.45 
3.65 
4.30 
5.15 
5.60 


2.40 
2.55 
3.00 
3.60 
3.90 


2.65 
2,80 
3.30 
3.95 
4.30 


3.75 
4.00 
4.70 
5.65 
6.10 


28x4 
28x5 
28x6 
28x8 
28x10 


67 
87 
100 
134 
175 


1.95 
2.20 
2.55 
2.75 
3.20 


2.20 
2.45 
2.85 
3.10 
3.65 


3.40 
3.80 
4.40 
4.80 
5.60 


2.30 
2.55 
2.95 
3.25 
3.80 


2.55 
2.85 
3.30 
3.60 
4.20 


3,75 
4.20 
4.85 
5.30 
6.15 


2.20 
2.45 
2.85 
3.10 
3.65 


2.45 
2.75 
3.20 
3.50 
4.05 


3.65 
1.10 

4.75 
5.15 
6.00 


2.55 
2.85 
3.30 
3.60 
4.20 


2.80 
3.15 
3.65 
3.95 
4.60 


4.00 
4.45 
5.15 
5.65 
6.60 


30x4 
30x5 
30x6 
30x8 
30x10 


72 
93 
107 
143 
179 


2.15 
2.30 
2.65 
3.00 
3.35 


2.45 
2.60 
3.00 
3.40 
3.75 


3.75 
4.00 
4.60 
5.20 
5.80 


2.50 
2.70 
3.10 
3.50 
3.95 


2.80 
3.00 
3.45 
3.90 
4.35 


4.10 
4.40 
5.05 
5.70 
6.40 


2.45 
2.60 
3.00 
3.40 
3.75 


2.70 
2.90 
3.35 
3.75 
4.20 


4.00 
4.30 
4.95 
5.60 
6.25 


2.80 
3.00 
3.45 
3.90 
4.35 


3.05 
3.30 
3.80 
4.25 
4.80 


4.35 
4.70 
5.40 
6.10 
6.85 


36x4 
36x5 
36x6 
36x8 
36x10 


86 
113 
130 
173 
226 


2.90 
3.00 
3.10 
3.35 
3.80 


3.25 
3.40 
3.50 
3.75 
1.30 


5.00 
5.20 
5.40 
5.80 
6.60 


3.40 
3.50 
3.65 
3.90 
4,45 


3.75 
3.90 
4.05 
4,35 
4.95 


5.50 
5.70 
5.95 
6,40 
7.25 


3.25 
3.40 
3.50 
3.75 
4.30 


3.65 
3,75 
3.90 
4.20 
4.80 


5,40 
5.60 
5.80 
6.25 
7.10 


3.75 
3.90 
4,05 
4.35 
4.95 


4.15 
4.30 
4.45 
4.80 
5.45 


5.90 
6.10 
6.35 
6.80 
7.75 



AIR CONDITIONING UNIT 



INSTALLATION SUGGESTIONS 

FOR 

SUNBEAM 

AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS 



ENG.-5-G 



COPYRIGHT 1936 

THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY 

ELYRIA, OHIO 

A Division of 

American Radiator £, S tandard S anitary Porporation 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING SUNBEAM AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS 



WARM AIR PLENUM - On the top of all 
Sunbeam Air Conditioning Units a warm 
air plenum or mixing chamber should he 
constructed. This chamber must be the 
same size as the air discharge opening 
of the unit. The plenum can extend to 
within two inches of the joist and 
should be insulated on top with not 
less than one inch of air cell asbes- 
tos or equal. Figure No. 1 on Page 4, 
shows how the plenum chamber should 
attach to the unit. (Note the type 
of joint used). This chamber is not 
a part of the equipment furnished by 
manufacturer, and must be constructed 
by the heating contractor. 



With single or individual duct instal- 
lations where separate heat pipes are 
to be run from the unit to each regis- 
ter the pipes should be attached to a 
plenum chamber. 



WARM AIR DUCTS - For the most satis- 
factory results, we recoiimend that all 
warm air ducts be attached to the warm 
air plenum or mixing chamber. The 
heat ducts should connect to the plen- 
um chamber as near the top as possible 
and run parallel with the basement 
ceiling. It is advisable when making 
the main duct connection to the plenum 
chamber to increase the depth of the 
duct 3* or 4" on the bottom. The fit- 
ting should have a length equal to the 
depth of the main duct maintaining a 
gradual slope up to the main duct. 
(See Figure No. 1, Page No. 4). 



Round pipe branches may be run from 
rectangular main ducts if desired. 
When this method is used the branch 
connection to the main duct may be 
made in the same manner as the square 
or rectangular branches to which a 
square to round transition fitting mav 
be added. (Figure No. 5 f Page 4*5 
Branch adapters may also be used as 
shown by the insert on Page 4. Illus- 
tration No. 5. When these adapters 
are used the area at the connection to 
the main duct should be approximately 
&Q% greater than the area of the 
branch to be served. The main duct 
should be reduced after each take off 
in accordance with dimension "A", No. 
5, Page 4. Risers may be taken off 
the top of main duct in a similar man- 
ner. 



When rectangular branches are used 
from the main ducts, care must be tak- 
en to provide an ample opening at the 
branch connection to allow free air 
flow into the branch. 



Figure No. 6, Page 5 f provides infor- 
mation required for determining the 
proper size of opening in the flue and 
the proper location of the opening. 



DAMPERS - Quadrant locking type dam- 
pers are to be installed in each main 
duct where it attaches to the plenum 
chamber. 



Two types of dampers are satisfactory 
for branch ducts. (1) These dampers 
may be of the quadrant locking type as 
shown in Figure "A M , Illustration No. 
11, Page No. 6. (2) Or they may be of 
the friction type such as is illustra- 
ted in Figure "B" No. 11, Page No. 6. 



If quadrant dampers are used they must 
be installed in the branches as near 
the take-off from the main ducts as 
practical. Dampers of the type used 
for gravity systems must not be used 
as they have no device for locking. 



If friction dampers are to be used 
they must be placed in the risers just 
below the register faces and faces 
having vertical openings should be 
used to make dampers accessible for 
balancing. Style 321 Sunbeam Regis- 
ters can be Used. Dampers must be 
hinged to open against the air flow. 



A locking type damper is also required 
for each branch of the return air sys- 
tem. See Illustration No. 8, Page 5, 
for our recommended methods of instal- 
ling dampers in return air ducts. 



Slide dampers are to be installed in 
guides nailed to the under side of the 
sub floor. 



The slide must fit firmly and should 
be provided with a small loop or eye- 
let for regulating through the intake 
face or opening. 



2 



RETURN AIR DUCTS - It is common prac- 
tice to use the unlined joist spaces 
as ducts, unless instructed otherwise 
on air conditioning plans. By so do- 
ing, considerable duct work can be 
eliminated, thereby permitting lower 
installation costs. When joist and 
stud spaces are used as return air 
ducts, galvanized stops must be in- 
stalled to close off the end of the 
spaces thus making them air tight. 
(See Illustration No. 8, Page 5.) When 
the same joist space serves more than 
one intake, the galvanized stop should 
be at the intake farthest from the 
unit. See Figures No. 7 and 8 on 
Page 5. 



If objection is raised to, or ordi- 
nances prohibit, the use of unlined 
joist and stud spaces as ducts, gal- 
vanized ducts having the specified 
free areas may be used. 



Metal ducts must be used for return 
air in outside walls. The return air 
riser from the blower compartment to 
the return air duct at the basement 
ceiling should be the same size as the 
Air Intake opening of the blower com- 
partment . 



ELBOWS, ANGLES AND FITTINGS - Where - 
ever it is necessary to change the 
elevation of heat and return ducts, 
any changes in elevation should be 
made as near a 30° angle from the hor- 
izontal as possible. 

Long sweeping curves are preferred 
wherever changes in directions of 
pipes and ducts occur. 

All warm air and return air connec- 
tions to risers must be made with free 
flowing elbows or transition fittings. 
(See Page 8). 



BATHROOM VENTS - We have found that 
bathrooms sometimes become airbound 
when the doors are closed, with the 
result that the air flow is so retard- 
ed that the rooms do not properly 
heat. To overcome this difficulty we 
recommend that vents be installed in 
the bathrooms. The vent faces are to 
be installed in the baseboard, and ex- 
haust into the attic, using the stud 
space as a duct. See Figure No. 12, on 
Page 6. 



Where installation cost is of primary 
Importance, it is possible to elimin- 
ate vent installations by allowing a 
1" clearance on the bottom of the 
bathroom door to provide means of re- 
circulation. 



WARM AIR REGISTERS - Warm air regis- 
ters can be installed either in the 
baseboard as shown in Figure No. 9 on 
Page 5, or in the plaster above the 
baseboard as shown in Figure No. 10. 



Wherever building construction will 
permit, we reconmend that bathroom 
registers be placed 1 foot below the 
ceiling. 

Register dimensions shown on our plans 
are based on the free area obtainable 
in Styles 311, 311A, 321 or 321A Sun- 
beam Registers. These registers have 
been selected because of the large 
free areas obtainable which permit the 
use of smaller and neater appearing 
registers. 



RETURN AIR REGISTERS AND GRILLS - All 
return air intakes should match the 
warm air registers and must be in- 
stalled with the bottoms flush with 
the floor as shown in Figure No. 9, on 
Page 5, if they are to be placed in 
the baseboard. Floor returns can be 
used if desired, though we believe the 
baseboard installation presents the 
better appearance. 

All return air registers in bedrooms 
are to be equipped with louvers which 
can be closed when the windows are 
opened. These registers have also 
been sized from the Register catalog. 



FRESH AIR DUCTS - Sometimes we are 
called upon to design a system where a 
large volume of air is to be exhausted 
from the building. In such cases, it 
Is necessary to bring into the build- 
ing air from outside to replace that 
exhausted. For our recommended method 
of making this fresh air intake, we 
refer you to Figure No. 16, on Page 6. 



REPLACEMENT JOBS - When an air condi- 
tioning system is to be installed in 
an existing building where old regis- 
ters, risers or pipes are to be used, 
any such material should be thoroughly 
vacuum cleaned or washed. 



3 



1. 



DETAIL OF PLENUM CHAMBER 



S. M. SCREW 




Paint Inside of plenum 
with water-proof paint. 
Construct joint as shown. 



2. 



ALL ELBOWS ROUND OR SQUARE 




"R" (Minimum) a W 
"R" (Best) = li W 



3. 



4. 



TYPICAL DAMPER REQUIREMENT 



TYPICAL STRAP HANGERS 



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AIR FLOW < 



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SPLITTER 
DAM PER 



A, 




"A- 



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duct- 



To be used where main duct 
separates into two ducts. 



Use one inch heavy gauge iron. 
"A" Best - Turn under bottom 

and fasten. 
»B« Satisfactory 
"C" Satisfactory 
Must be galvanized or painted. 




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D4 


8" 


65 7/8" 






D5 


9" 


66 7/8" 







N0TE:-"C"-Measurements allow for an elbow. 

All dimensions are approximate and 
allowance must be made for assembly 



RETURN AIR JOISTS 



3 

-JF 



^* NOT LESS THAN 2fe SA. G. L 

All cross bracing to be removed 
and bottom sheet to be sealed 
and nailed as shown. Where 
beams project into R. A. space 
free area must be maintained by 
duct under beam carrying neces- 
sary air. 



8. 

R.A.RM- 



RETURN AIR DAMPERS 

\ I ^ »<3AIV- (RON stop 




9. 



TYPICAL VIEWS OF W.A. REGISTERS 
AND R.A. GRILLES IN BASEBOARD 



10. 



TYPICAL REGISTER ABOVE 
BASEBOARD 





SET FLUSH 



SET on Face. 



All R.A. grilles in bedrooms to 
have dampers at face or in wail 
just below grille. In latter 
case short duct extension to be 
used. 









) — — \ 

' \ 



"Flush" type used with plaster 
frame or special register box. 
"Set on Face" type must be 
carefully sealed against leaks 
around frame. 



5 



11. 



RECOMMENDED DAMPERS FOR BRANCH DUCTS 




STACK 
HEAD 



STEEL ROD Oft SHEET 

Metal screws 



FRICTION 



QUADRANT 

Install with handle 
parallel to damper. 



Damper to have l/2 n 
flange on each side 
forming firm contact 
with sides of stack- 
head. Hinge damper 
directly opposite the 
bottom of register 
opening. 



12. 



BATH ROOM RELIEF VENT 



r / A A. I A M/^ 



ATTIC 




Balanced damper 



<». i. duct 



SEAL TIOHTLY 



Bath room 



ROUOH STUD 
SPACE (UNLIMED) 



To be provided for all 
bath rooms. 



13. 



15. 



OUTSIDE WALL STACK INSULATION 



14. 



INSTALLATION OF QUADRANT 



at" AIRCELU OR EQUAL AROUND BACK 
AMD SIDES AND TIGHTLY SEALED. 




CHAMFER riRjLSrOP 




SEAL SOLIDLY A R O V N D BASK or 
STACK WITH ASBESTOS FIBRE 

Carry insulation unbroken from 
stack head to basement pipe 
connection where insulation 
can be applied on three sides 
only, the front is to be seal- 
ed tightly with asbestos paper. 



Install damper and rod before 
insulating and notch end of rod. 
After insulation and canvas are 
on, crush covering at rod and 
fasten quadrant through cover- 
ing, making a neat, smooth de- 
pression. For round and rec- 
tangular ducts and branches. 



INSULATION - DUCTS AND STACKS 



16. 



DETAIL OUTSIDE AIR DUCT 



4& 



/ <8 


( m 




m i 

— i 



K 



^1 



VOLUME 
DAM PER 



4- 



k i -* HOOD 

< r f I 



BALANCED 
DAMPER 



ARDWARE 
CLOTH 



Use air cell board, overlap- 
ping corners and stripping 
corners and joints with as- 
bestos paper. If canvas is 
to be used trowel over depres- 
sions made by pulling up screws 
In large washers. Makes very 
neat finish. 



Paint hood and 12" of duct 
with asphaltum or other 
weatherproof paint. 



6 



TYPICAL STANDARDIZED DUCT INSTALLATIONS 




DETAIL SHOWING ARRANGEMENT OP BRANCHES FOR INSTALLATION IN JOIST SPACES 




DETAIL SHOWING ARRANGEMENT OP BRANCHES RUNNING BELOW JOISTS 




PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS OF TYPICAL STANDARDIZED DUCT ASSEMBLY 



FRICTIOMLESS BOOTS RECOMMENDED 
for 

SUNBEAM AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATIONS 




Universal Boot 




4" Boot Offset 




Angle Boot 



Center Boot 





Center Boot Universal Boot with 

45° angle 

Note:- "R" dimensions must be of the same dimensions as that of the 
riser to which it connects. 



8 



OUTSIDE AIR DUCTS FOR SUMMER EVENING COOLING 



The outside air of summer evenings 
is usually several degrees cooler 
than the inside of a building after 
the sun goes down. Therefore, we 
reconmend that an outside air duct 
he attached to the blower compart- 
ment of the Sunbeam Air Conditioning 
Unit for use in drawing into the un- 
it and circulating throughout the 
various rooms this cooler night air. 



In the daytime this lower tempera- 
ture in the house can frequently be 
maintained by keeping doors and win- 
dows closed; shades and shutters 
drawn; and awnings down over win- 
dows, to exclude the outside heat. 
During the daytime the damper in 
outside air duct should be closed so 
that only air within the house will 
be circulated by the blower. 



The sketch on the following page 
shows how this duct should be at- 
tached to the unit and other details 
of construction. 

This outside air duct is not essen- 
tial to winter air conditioning un- 
less garages are heated or several 
rooms vented, and if the owner does 
not wish to invest the small extra 
cost entailed for this added com- 
fort, it can be left off entirely. 
If the owner is interested and does 
not wish the outside air duct right 
away it can be added at any future 
date. If future installation is to 
be made, we suggest that a collar be 
provided on the return air plenum 
and capped until such time as the 
outside air duct is to be added. 



The dampers "A" and "B M , (Page 10) 
can be either manually or automatic- 
ally controlled. Manual control is 
accomplished by means of quadrants 
on the side of the ducts. Automatic 
control is accomplished by means of 
G-3x Combinations (see price list), 
using damper motors on the duct dam- 
pers and a push button switch at a 
convenient location on the first 
floor. An additional push button 
switch should also be installed to 
start and stop the blower. 



The dampers must be attached to the 
damper motors so that when the 
switch is off, damper "A" will be 
closed and damper "B" will be open. 



The outside air duct must not be op- 
en during winter operation, for by 
leaving this duct open the cold out- 
side air is drawn in and the fuel 
cost will be increased unnecessarily 
as all air drawn in must be heated. 
However, in cases when garages are 
heated and several vents are in- 
stalled, provision must be made to 
supply the air thus exhausted. This 
provision can be made by providing 
openings in the damper of the number 
of square inches specified on the 
plans. 



When garages are heated and several 
vents are used, an outside air duct 
must be provided (if the duct for 
summer cooling is not installed ).~An 
outside air duct is necessary in 
this case and cannot be dispensed 
with. 



Outside Air Intake 



i" McsH Scicecr 



Station tRY 



Damper "A" open for 
Damper "B" open for 




J 



Reel rcu 



LA TING UUCT 



** n r 
MPCR. D 



ILeturn Am Puehu 



CaH^AS Connection 
(optional^ 



M 



outside air, Damper "B" closed, 
recirculation, Damper "A" closed. 



SQ UARE INCH FREE AREA REQUIRED FOR 
SUITER OUTSIDE AIR DUCTS 



UNITS 



Square Inch 
Free Area 



4420 
4820 
5220 
5620 



5520 
5522 
5524 
5527 



- M-2 

- M-3 

- M-4 

- N-5 



166 
202 
238 
280 
324 



2280 
2480 
2780 
3080 
3480 



24S 
27S 



24SU 
27SU 



- D-2 

- D-3 

- D-4 

- D-5 



208 
238 
330 
396 
475 



224 - 124 - 424 - 12" Blower 
224 - 124 - 424 - 15" Blower 



240 
396 



720-R 



202 



434 - 634 
434 - 634 
434 - 634 



15" Blower 
18" Blower 
21" Blower 



350 
527 
600 



10 



ZONE CONTROL DAMPER INSTALLATION 



13" 




Motor Damper 
Right Side facing Unit 



W. A. 
Plenum 



I Duct Dampers Must Always be Installed as 
Close to W.A. Plenum Chamber as Possible 




W. A . DUCT 



— 5 1 

+ + 

4±} 



IR FLOW 



Motor Damper 
Left Side facing Unit 




Zone Control dampers must close tightly to satisfactorily regu- 
late a system in which this type of control is used. 

We recommend that the damper blade be made of 14 gauge iron with 
a border of felt securely riveted. 

Inside the duct in which the damper is to be installed 1/4" 
angle iron frames should be installed which will form stops for the damper 
blade. The frames must be offset so that the damper blade will fit tight- 
ly against the stop at all points when closed. 

The damper blade must clear the side of the duct by 1/8" on all 
sides and spacers should be used to maintain this clearance. 



Pipe 



Round 

A DA PTC R 



The Fox Furnace Company furnishes: 

Duct Damper Motor 
Duct Damper Motor Mounting Bracket 
Push Rod 

Duct Damper Lever Arm 



Ball Joints 

Motor Crank Arm 

Nuts & Sheet Metal Screws 

Round Pipe Adapter 



Top or Duct 



V 



Etxst or Daapec 
Blade ^ 




RtVfcT 



Dampkr Blade 
*\+ Gal. Iron 



• * 

X Angle 



iRort 



£otto m or Duct/ 




Bearing 
Plate. 



Damper 

(side) 



J. 



Telt 



DAMPER 



3 ^ 



3£ 



Kit 
Bolt 

j- _j On 14 n dutts, bolt holes 
are located |l n from each 
end and one in center of 
duct. On Iserger ducts, bolt 
holes are located 1" from 
each end anpj approximate 
6" centers. 



Bearing 
Plate. 



D AM PER 

(fro^t) 



NOTE: - TO INSURE A PERFECT FIT OF THE DAMPERS, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE DAMPER BE FITTED TO 
THE DUCT IN THE SHOP, RATHER THAN ON THE JOB. 



11 



Eng. 5-G 9-1-37 



Litho. In U.S.A. 



SUNBEAM AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM 
SPECIFICATIONS No. 36 F 

1. HEATING: The heating shall be accomplished by a Sunbeam Air Conditioning Unit manufactured by The Fox 
Furnace Company, installed by contract with the "Heating Contractor" who will be responsible for and be governed 
by this specification. 

2. NOTICE TO ARCHITECT OR PURCHASER: The attention of the architect or purchaser is directed to that sec- 
tion of this specification indicating work to be done by others. 

3. ERECTION : The Sunbeam Unit and motor shall be set on level foundations provided by others, located as shown 
on heating plans. The casing and blower base , shall be grouted in place. 



4. MAIN WARM AIR DISTRIBUTING DUCTS: Shall be constructed entirely of galvanized iron. Round ducts shall 
be lapped 2 inches and be not less than 26-gauge. Rectangular ducts shall be in accordance with the following table: 





Gauge 


Width of Duct 


Seam 


Reinforced Seam 






28 


Up to 12 inches 


1 in. 








26 


13 in. to 18 in. 


1 in. 








24 


19 in. to 30 in. 


1 in. 


% in. x 1 in. 






22 


31 in. to 48 in. 


1 in. 


Vs in. x 1 in. 






22 


49 in. to 60 in. 


1% in. 


% in. x 1% in. 






20 


61 in. to 90 in. 


1% in. 


% in. x 1% in. 





Where ducts pass through walls or partitions, the opening shall clear the metal of the duct by 1 inch. Wherever it is 
necessary to make a change in the elevation of a duct the change should be made as near a 30* angle from the hori- 
zontal as possible. 



5. Where a plenum chamber is used for distribution it shall be constructed entirely of 24-gauge galvanized iron, with 
y 2 -inch standing seams, or angle irons, to give rigidity, and be painted on the inside with a waterproof paint. Top of 
plenum chamber shall be not nearer than 2 inches to underside of joists and shall be insulated with 1 inch of air- 
cell asbestos or equal. 

6. Collars for attaching branch ducts to main ducts shall be not less than 26-gauge and shall be fastened firmly in place. 

7. Where rectangular main ducts and round branches are used, collars shall connect at an angle of 45 degrees with 
the direction of flow and shall extend into the duct to act as scoops, the long side of the extension to be equal to one 
duct diameter. Where rectangular or square branches are used the branch shall be taken off full size on a 1*£ Radius 
and the trunk line reduced in size as indicated on plans, 

8. WARM AIR BRANCHES: Rectangular branches shall be made to conform with the table in paragraph 4. Round 
branches to be made of 26-gauge galvanized iron. Branches shall be made with locked seams on sides. End joints 
shall be lapped not less than 1*4 inches. All lapped joints shall be soldered, riveted, or securely fastened with 
metal screws. Where branches pass through walls or partitions, the opening shall clear the metal of the branch by 
1 inch, and openings shall be sealed with asbestos cement or tight fitting collar. Wherever it is necessary to make 
a change in the elevation of a horizontal duct the change should be made as near a 30° angle from horizontal as 
possible. 

9. WARM AIR DAMPERS: Volume dampers shall be installed in each main duct near its origin at plenum chamber, 
except when motor operated dampers are used for zone control in which case motor operated dampers will take the 
place of volume dampers. Dampers shall also be placed in all warm air branches near their connection to the main 
ducts, or, tight fitting friction dampers shall be placed in each stack head. Special dampers shall be provided where 
indicated on drawings. All dampers located in the trunks or branches shall be of locking type with indicator dial 
properly attached. 

10. WARM AIR FITTINGS: Single or double fittings may be used conforming with local code. Gauge of single fittings 
to conform with table in paragraph No. 4. Connections between warm air branches and risers shall be made with 
the best type of transition fittings which building construction clearances will permit. In no case will abrupt tap- 
ping of branch in riser be acceptable. 

11. WARM AIR STACKS OR RISERS: Single or double wall stacks may be used. Gauge of single wall stacks to con- 
form with table in paragraph No. 4. Stacks shall be supported by metal straps to the adjoining building members, 
and braced to prevent reduction of the full free area. Stacks are to be soldered or otherwise securely fastened at the 
joints to prevent separation. 

12. RETURN AIR DUCTS: Return air may be conducted by means of unlined stud or joist spaces unless otherwise 
shown on drawings. When such spaces are used they shall be tightly closed with galvanized iron stops, not lighter 
than 26-gauge, Immediately above the return air register face and at all points where joist spaces or other openings 
meet the spaces used for conducting the air to the blower compartment. Metal ducts connecting to stud or joist spaces 
shall be securely attached to such spaces by means of galvanized iron collars, not lighter than 26-gauge. Galvanized 
iron stops and collars are to be fastened to adjoining wood members by means of nails or screws spaced not more 
than IVz inches apart. Sheet metal ducts shall be used to convey return air through outside wall areas. 

Where return air ducts are constructed of galvanized iron they shall be made to conform with the table in paragraph 
4, and no wood or other material shall enter into their construction. Longitudinal seams shall be of lock type. All lateral 
seams and joints shall be of standing type or equal for adding stiffness to duct. Where such seams are more than 4 
feet apart, reinforcing angles made of folded 24-gauge galvanized iron shall be securely riveted to the duct at inter- 
mediate positions. As an alternate for stiffening ducts, cross-braking the plates may be employed. Wherever it is 
necessary to make a change in the elevation of a horizontal duct the change should be made as near a 30° angle from 
horizontal as possible. All joints shall be tightly sealed. 
L3 RETURN AIR DAMPERS: Volume dampers shall be installed in each main return air duct near the blower com- 
partment. Dampers shall be provided in all return air branches near their connection to main ducts. All dampers 
shall be of locking type with indicator dial properly attached. 

14. SUPPORTS: Supports for all ducts and branches shall consist of 1-inch straps of heavy gauge iron securely fast- 
ened to ducts and branches with sheet metal screws, bolts or rivets and neatly attached to joists or other framing 
members at intervals of not less than 8 feet 



SPECIFICATIONS No. 36 F (Continued) 

15. REGISTERS AND GRILLES: Warm air outlets and return air intakes shall be of sizes shown on plans, or of such 
make and design that will provide not less than the free or open area specified. 

16. Warm air registers of the single valve type shall be installed in the baseboard or in the plaster approximately 2 inches 
above the baseboard, unless otherwise specified. Whenever possible the bathroom warm air registers should be lo- 
cated approximately one foot below the ceiling. Registers shall be of prime coat finish unless otherwise specified. 

17. Return air registers of the single valve type, or grills as indicated on the drawings shall be installed in the baseboard 
with bottom flush with the floor, or in the floor. When registers are used in the floor the multiple valve type should 
be used. Return air intakes from bed rooms must have registers which can be closed when the windows are opened 
Grilles for bathroom vents must be placed at the floor level and provided at top with automatic balanced back draft 
louvers. Recirculation from rooms in which no return air register or grill or vent has been placed is to be obtained 
by allowing the door to stand ajar or by a one (1) inch clearance under the door. Registers and grilles shall be 
prime coat finish unless otherwise stated. 

18. When garage heat is provided the heat outlet shall be located not less than 7 feet above garage floor line and shall 
be provided with automatic, balanced back draft louvres to prevent syphoning of garage air into other portions of 
the heating system. Return air must not be taken from garages. To replace the air delivered to the garage or vent- 
ed rooms an outside air intake of size specified on drawings is provided; the opening to the outside to be covered with 
hardware cloth and equipped with balanced louvers and a volume damper. 

19. All register boxes shall be sealed with caps or covers, while the system is being installed, so that dirt, plaster, shav- 
ings etc. cannot settle in the ducts. 

20. INSULATION: Warm air ducts in unneated basement space shall be insulated with not less than two layers 
inch) of air-cell asbestos or equivalent. Warm air ducts in garages, unneated or unexcavated portions shall be in- 
sulated with not less than four layers (1 inch) of air-cell asbestos or equivalent. Special insulation should be ap- 
plied as indicated on drawings. 

21. Where insulated warm air ducts or branches pass through walls or partitions the insulation shall be carried through 
unbroken. 

22. Single stacks and stack heads in interior walls shall be covered with not less than a single thickness of (12 lb per 
100 sq. ft.) asbestos paper securely pasted. 

23. Single stacks in outside walls shall be covered on the back and both sides with 2-ply (y 2 inch) of air-cell asbestos 
or equivalent. Double stacks shall be covered with 1-ply (^4 inch) air-cell asbestos or equivalent. 

24. Cross-overs in joist spaces shall be insulated with one-half inch air cell asbestos or equal, unless these spaces are in 
immediate contact with the outside wall, attic, garage, unexcavated or similar surface, in which case they shall 
have one inch covering of air cell asbestos or equal. 

25. Double stacks and fittings, in interior walls need not be insulated. 

26. Flue pipe shall be insulated with air-cell asbestos, if specified on heating plans. 

27. FLUE PIPE: There shall be, connected to the flue, a pipe constructed of black or galvanized iron of not less than 
24-gauge. Joints in this pipe shall be lapped 1^4 inches. Side seams shall be of lock type. The flue pipe shall be of the 
same diameter throughout its length as the outlet on the heating unit. Flue pipe must slope up to chimney. 

28. Connection at the chimney shall extend to, but not beyond, the inner surface of the flue lining. A damper is to be 
installed in the flue pipe with coal fired units. No damper is to be installed in flue pipe with gas or oil fired unit 

29. GENERAL: All ducts, branches, stacks and fittings are intended to be tree flowing, and to this end shall be 
constructed according to the drawings with full free area maintained without abrupt angles or obstructions All 
warm air and return air openings are to be sealed during construction of building to prevent plaster, wood trimmings 
etc., from entering openings. Where stacks or fittings, whether single or double, go through the first floor, openings 
around such fittings must be filled with plastic asbestos. Filters should be in place when unit is running and building 
is under construction. All work is to be performed in accordance with local codes. 



The Following Work to Be Done By Others 

30. CLEARANCES: Unobstructed space shall be provided for the Sunbeam Unit and the distributing system, as shown on 
the heating plans. 

31. FOUNDATION: Provide an accurately leveled base or floor of concrete or other non-combustible material for the 
Sunbeam Unit. 

32. WATER: With Spray Humidifier provide a "T" connection to water line, near unit, to receive 5/16" copper tub- 
ing, 

33. DRAINAGE: Provide and connect a floor drain to receive the overflow from the Humidifier. 

34. ELECTRICAL: Provide a circuit direct from meter to the Sunbeam Unit and connect through a safety switch 
properly fused. 

35. CHIMNEY: Provide a chimney, to be lined with terra cotta flue lining throughout, and the space between flue lining 
and brick wall completely filled with cement, and with a single flue pipe opening as shown on the heating plans. 

36. CUTTING AND PATCHING: Provide all openings and do all cutting and patching as required for the installation 
of this system, as indicated by the heating plans and specifications. 

37. ATTIC AND FOUNDATION VENTS: Provide means for closing all foundation and attic vents during heating 
season. 

38. FIRE-PLACE FLUES: Equip with dampers and keep closed when fire-place is not in use during heating season. 

39. GAS SUPPLY: With the Sunbeam Gas Fired Air Conditioning Unit, provide and connect a gas line of the same 
size as the gas inlet on the Sunbeam Gas Fired Air Conditioning Unit. 



ENG.-36 



THE SUNBEAM CONVERSION CHART 



A Quick Method of Calculating (For Cost 
Estimating Purposes) Sizes of Air Conditioning 
Units, Ducts, Pipes, Risers and Registers 



FOLLOW THIS PROCEDURE 

1* Figure heating requirements either (A) according to Standard Code (see condensed copy 
on back page) or (B) method followed in calculating radiation. 

2. Convert gravity warm air, or radiation, sizes to Air Conditioning sizes by using the 
Conversion Chart on the inside pages. 

Use the Conversion Chart To Prepare Cost Estimates 
Make Air Conditioning Layout AFTER Job is Sold 

It is expensive to make Air Conditioning layouts for the sole purpose of estimating the 
installed cost of the system. 

In preparing cost estimates for Sunbeam Air Conditioning installations for existing houses 
of average size, the Sunbeam Conversion Chart should quickly provide you with the sizes that 
you require, without the time, expense and delay of making a layout. Make the layout: 
after the job is sold; after you know the prospect can afford to pay the price demanded; after 
you are certain a layout will give you a reasonable chance to close the sale! 

All Sunbeam Air Conditioning Systems must be installed in accordance with a layout 
which has been made in strict accordance with the latest edition of the Sunbeam Air 
Conditioning Engineering Manual. 



THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY, .... Elyria, Ohio 

A Division of A MERICAN RADIATOR £, S TANDARD J ANUARY CORPORATION 



SUNBEAM 

AIR CONDITIONING UNIT 



Eng. 6, 5M, 11-35 



Printed in U. S. A. 



CONVERSION CHART 



AIR CONDITIONING 



GRAVITY 



STEAM VAPOR 



HOT WATER 



PIPE 



'REGISTERS 



Gravity Type 



Forced 
Air Type 



Riser 



Warm Air 



Sq. In. 
First 
Floor 



Sq. In. 

Second 

Floor 



Sq. Ft. 
Radia- 
tion 



Sq. Ft. 
Radia- 
tion 



Low 
Pressure 



Sq. Ft. 
Radia- 
tion 



6" 



FIRST FLOOR 

10x8 Register 
e^'xlO" Throat 

SECOND FLOOR 

10x8 Register 
3"xl0" Riser 



10"x4" 
12"x4" 
10"x5" 
14"x4" 
12"x5" 
16"x4" 
10 M x6" 
14"x5" 
12"x6" 
20"x4" 
16"x5" 



3"xl0" 
3"xl2" 
3"xl0" 
3"xl4" 
3"xl2 H 

3 M xie n 

3 M xlO" 
3"xl4" 
S"xl2" 
3"x20" 
3"xl6" 



7" 



FIRST FLOOR 
12x8 Register 
6f'xl2" Throat 
SECOND FLOOR 
12x8 Register 
3r , xl2" Riser 



ICxS" 
14"x6" 
24"x4" 
20 M x5 M 
12"x8 n 



3i"xlO n 
3"xl4" 
3"x24 M 
3 n x20" 

3i' , xl2 n 



34 
41 
45 
48 

56 
56 
57 
66 
70 
70 
76 



22 
27 
30 
32 
37 
37 
38 
43 
47 
47 
50 



16 
19 
21 
22 
25 
25 
26 
30 
32 
32 
35 



80 
83 
85 
95 
98 



53 
55 
56 
63 
65 



37 
38 
39 
44 
45 



17 
20 
23 
24 
28 
28 
29 
33 
35 
35 
38 



40 
41 
43 
48 
49 



25 
30 
33 
36 
41 
41 
42 
48 
52 
52 
56 



59 
61 
63 
70 
73 



8" 



FIRST FLOOR 
12x10 Register 
7£"xl2 M Throat 
SECOND FLOOR 
Two Risers and 
Registers Required 
Use Sizes for 6"Pipe 



30"x4 n 

12"x9" 

14 "x8" 

24"x5" 

20"x6" 

12"xl0' 

16 n x8" 



S^xSO* 
4"xl2' 
3i ,, xl4' 
3"x24' 
3"x20' 

4rxl2" 
3i n xl6 



107 
111 
115 
115 
121 
126 
133 



71 
73 
76 
76 
80 
84 
88 



49 

51 
53 
53 
56 
58 
61 



54 
56 
58 
58 
61 
63 
67 



9" 



FIRST FLOOR 
13x11 Register 
9!"xl3" Throat 

SECOND FLOOR 
Two Risers and 
Registers Required 
Use siaes for 7" Pipe 



30"x5" 

24"x6 n 

14"xlO" 

20"x8" 

16"xl0" 



3"x30 
3"x24 
4 $"xl4 
3i H x20" 
4*"xl6 



143 
145 
148 

168 
171 



95 
96 
98 
112 
114 



66 
67 
68 
77 
79 



72 
73 
74 
85 
86 



79 
82 
85 
85 
89 
93 
98 



106 
107 
109 
124 
127 



10" 



FIRST FLOOR 
16x14 FLOOR Register 
SECOND FLOOR 
Two Risers and 
Registers Required 
Use siaes for 7" Pipe 



30 "x6" 
24"x8" 



3 n x30" 
3 4 n *24 n 



182 
202 



121 
134 



84 

93 



92 
102 



135 
150 



12" 



FIRST FLOOR 
18x18 FLOOR Register 
SECOND FLOOR 



30"x8" 
24"xl0' 



3 l"x30 u 
4*"x24 M 



255 
259 



169 
172 



118 

120 



128 
130 



189 
191 



♦These register sizes are minimum. Larger registers, if now in place, can be used. 
Note 1 — Register siaes based on a free area of not less than 60 %. 

Note 2 — Many of the Risers listed above, for registers 4" and 5" high, are oversize. This is 
because eaoh Riser must be of the same width as the register to which it leads and 
because we do not advise using a Riser depth of less than three (3) inches. 

Note 3 — The following are standard commercial size Risers: 

3 x 10 3| x 10 3 x 12 3i x 12 3 -J x 14 



EQUIVALENT FREE AREA CHART FOR SQUARE DUCTS 



Round 
Pipe 


SQUARE DUCT REQUIRED 


6" 


5"x6i" 


6"x5i H 


7"x5" 


8"x4" 


9 M x3i" 


10"x3 J" 


12"x3 M 


7" 


5"x8§" 


6"x7i" 


7"x6i M 


8"x6" 


9"x4 J" 


10"x4i ,f 


12 , 'x3i" 


8" 


5"xll" 


6"x9" 


7"x8" 


8"x7" 


9"x6" 


10"x5i" 


12"x4 i" 


9 " 


5"xl41" 


6 ,f xlli" 


7"xlO M 


8"x8r 


9 ,, x7£ H 


10"x7 n 


lB^xd 91 


10" 


5 n xl8 H 


6"xl4i" 


7"xl2 M 


8"xl0i" 


9"x9J"* 


10 M x8i n 


12"x7" 


12" 


6 M x27" 


6"x22" 


7"xl8 n 


8"xl5 J" 


9"xl5 J" 


10"xl2" 


12"xl0" 



HOW TO CONVERT SQUARE INCHES OF GRAVITY WARM AIR PIPE AND SQUARE FEET OF RADIATION INTO B. T. U. 

TO DETERMINE SIZE OF AIR CONDITIONER NEEDED 

Multiply the square inches of gravity warm air pipe or square feet of radiation by the 
proper figure given below: 

One Square Inch of Heat Pipe to FIRST Floor=lll B. T. U. 

One Square Inch of Heat Pipe to SECOND Floor=167 B. T. U. 

One Square Foot of Steam Radiat ion=240 B. T. U. 

One Square Foot of Vapor Radiat ion=220 B. T. U. 

One Square Foot of Hot Water Radiat ion=150 B. T. U. 



CONVERSION OHART 

This chart is designed to aid dealers who know how to determine gravity warm 
air, steam, vapor or hot water requirements to select the proper sizes required 
for pipes, registers and risers for a Sunbeam Air Conditioning installation. 

This chart is based upon the register temperature and velocities we use in 
standard practice. 

HOW TO USE THIS CHART 
After computing the requirements for gravity warm air, steam, vapor or hot water, 
follow down the column under the method you have used for figuring to the square 
inches of heat pipe or square feet of radiation figured, then across to the 
headings "Pipe", "Register" and "Riser" under "Air Conditioning". The sizes 
listed under these headings are the required sizes to use for Air Conditioning. 

EXAMPLE: Assume that 41 square feet of hot water radiation is required: 

Under the heading "Hot Water" you will find 41 and opposite this figure under 
Air Conditioning you will see that a 6" pipe, IE" x 5" register and 3" x IE" 
riser is required for Air Conditioning. (For 1st or End Floor). 

EXAMPLE: Assume 50 square feet of steam radiation is required on second floor: 

For 56 square feet of steam radiation on the second floor you should use one- 
half of 56 which is E8, and install two registers, because a single riser re- 
quired, 3" x EO", for 60 feet of steam cannot be accommodated in a standard stud 
space area of 3 f " x 14". Since E8 square feet of radiation does not appear under 
"Steam" you will have to use the next larger figure given which is 30 square 
feet. Opposite 30 you will find that a 6" pipe, 14" x 5 rt register and 3" x 14" 
riser is required for 30 square feet of steam or two 6" pipes, two 14" x 5" 
registers and two 3" x 14" risers for 56 square feet of steam on the second 
floor. 

A 3" x 14" riser is not a standard size. (See Note 3 on reverse side). There- 
fore, if standard commercial sizes are desired you can select the next larger 
register which will take a standard size fitting and connect to a standard size 
riser. For example, a 3" x IE" (See Note E on reverse side) riser and a IE" x 6" 
register could be used in place of the 3" x 14" riser and 14" x 5" register. 
Never go back up the column to a smaller size. 

EQUIVALENT FREE AREA CHART FOR SQUARE DUCTS 
The conversion chart is drawn up for round pipe installations. Should you wish 
to use square (rectangular) ducts you can select the proper size from the Equiva- 
lent Free Area Chart. 

For example, assume you have an 8" round pipe required. Referring to the Equiv- 
alent Free Area Chart opposite 8" you will find that several sizes are listed. 
You must first decide how deep you wish to make this square duct. We will assume 
that a duct 6" deep is required. Opposite 8" in the third column you will find 
6" x 0". This represents a duct 8" deep and 0" wide, and can be used in place of 
an 8" round pipe. Should you have wished an 8" depth, then an 8" x 7" duct would 
be used. 

For trunk line design you merely use the combined widths of all ducts to ob- 
tain the main duct size. For example, suppose you have a 0", 7" and 8" pipe 
figured for 3 separate rooms and that you wish to use a trunk line to these 

rooms. This trunk must be sufficiently deep to accommodate the deepest pipe — 8" 

when it branches off the trunk. We will assume that a 0" depth is desired. Op- 
posite 8" you will find 9" x 3j% opposite 7" — 9" x 4£' and opposite 8" — 9" x 8". 
The. widths 3 j", 4_T f and 0" added together gives 14" or a 9" x 14" main duct foT 
the three pipes figured. You can use this 9" x 14" duct with"the three square 
ducts of the sizes above given, or the round pipes can be attached to the 9" x 14" 
duct. After each branch is taken of f, the main duct size should be reduced. 

RATH ROOMS 

Provide for extra heat in all bath rooms by increasing the square inches of 
warm air pipe or square feet of radiation by 50% before selecting size of Air 
Conditioning pipe, register and riser. 

RETURN AIR 

The return air side of your system should be of equal capacity to the warm air 
side. You can figure for a return in every room except kitchens and baths, or 
you can figure on three or four faces at various points of vantage. 




BLOWER CAPACITY TABLE 

CERTIFIED RATINGS — Air Deliveries, or Capacities, are in accordance with Standard Test Code for Centrifugal and Propeller Fans adopted 
jointly by the National Association of Fan Manufacturers and the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers. 



No. 1-9 Blower 







W s.p. 


W s.p. 




W s.p. 


y%» s.p. 


V2 n S.P. 


VOLUME 


OUTLET 






































C.F.M. 


VELOCITY 


TIP 






TIP 






TIP 






TIP 






TIP 






TIP 








F.P.M. 


SPEED 


RPM 


BHP 


SPEED 


RPM 


BHP 


SPEED 


RPM 


BHP 


SPEED 


RPM 


BHP 


SPEED 


RPM 


BHP 


SPEED 


RPM 


BHP 


594 


800 


935 


386 


.036 


1130 


467 


.052 


1290 


532 


.068 


1460 


603 


.086 








2064 


853 


.22 


668 


900 


1000 


413 


.048 


1187 


490 


.064 


1333 


550 


.082 


1480 


611 


.100 








2083 


861 


.26 


742 


1000 


1075 


444 


.060 


1243 


513 


.080 


1394 


576 


.098 


1528 


631 


.118 


1790 


739 


.160 


2105 


870 


.30 


816 


1100 


1142 


471 


.078 


1298 


536 


.096 


1448 


598 


.118 


1579 


652 


.140 


1817 


750 


.182 


2150 


888 


.32 


890 


1200 


1230 


508 


.098 


1364 


564 


.112 


1512 


624 


.140 


1635 


675 


.164 


1855 


766 


.20 


2197 


906 


.36 


965 


1300 


1325 


547 


.124 


1437 


594 


.140 


1575 


650 


.166 


1690 


699 


.196 


1908 


788 


.24 


2260 


934 


.42 


1039 


1400 


1410 


583 


.150 


1508 


623 


.166 


1623 


670 


.200 


1750 


723 


.22 


1960 


810 


.28 


2313 


955 


.46 


1113 


1500 


1480 


611 


.178 


1580 


653 


.200 


1690 


698 


.220 


1802 


744 


.26 


2022 


835 


.32 


2373 


980 


.52 


1187 


1600 


1575 


650 


.220 


1648 


680 


.240 


1758 


725 


.260 


1870 


772 


.30 


2077 


856 


.36 








1261 


1700 


1644 


679 


.260 


1740 


720 


.280 


1833 


757 


.300 


1930 


797 


.34 


2140 


884 


.40 








1336 


1800 


1755 


725 


.300 


1825 


754 


.320 


1893 


782 


.340 


2000 


826 


.38 


2190 


905 


.44 









No. 1-12 Blower 



1008 


800 


935 


298 


.062 


1130 


360 


.088 


1290 


411 


.114 


1460 


465 


.144 














1134 


900 


1000 


318 


.08 


1187 


378 


.11 


1333 


424 


.138 


1480 


471 


.17 














1260 


1000 


1075 


342 


.104 


1243 


396 


.136 


1394 


444 


.168 


1528 


486 


.20 


1790 


570 


.28 








1386 


1100 


1142 


364 


.132 


1298 


413 


.164 


1448 


460 


.20 


1579 


502 


.24 


1817 


578 


.30 


2064 


658 


.40 


1512 


1200 


1230 


392 


.168 


1364 


434 


.20 


1512 


481 


.24 


1635 


520 


.28 


1855 


590 


.36 


2083 


663 


.44 


1638 


1300 


1325 


422 


.20 


1437 


457 


.24 


1575 


501 


.28 


1690 


538 


.32 


1908 


607 


.40 


2108 


670 


.50 


1764 


1400 


1410 


449 


.26 


1508 


480 


.28 


1623 


517 


.32 


1750 


556 


.38 


1960 


624 


.44 


2150 


683 


.56 


1890 


1500 


1430 


471 


.30 


1580 


503 


.34 


1690 


538 


.38 


1802 


573 


.44 


2022 


644 


.54 


2197 


699 


.62 


2016 


1600 


1575 


501 


.38 


1648 


524 


.40 


1758 


559 


.44 


1870 


595 


.50 


2077 


660 


,60 


2260 


720 


.70 


2142 


1700 


1644 


523 


.44 


1740 


554 


.48 


1833 


583 


.52 


1930 


614 


.56 


2140 


681 


.68 


2313 


736 


.78 


2268 


1800 


1800 


573 


.52 


1825 


581 


.56 


1893 


602 


.60 


2000 


636 


.64 


2190 


696 


.76 


2373 


755 


.88 



No. 1*15 Blower 



1744 


800 


914 


232 


.081 


1117 


285 


.111 


1297 


330 


.165 


1487 


379 


.21 














1962 


900 


971 


247 


.105 


1164 


297 


.143 


1330 


339 


.18 


1498 


382 


.24 














2180 


1000 


1032 


263 


.135 


1219 


310 


.18 


1375 


350 


.225 


1522 


388 


.27 


1818 


463 


.39 








2398 


1100 


1100 


280 


.165 


1271 


324 


.21 


1424 


363 


.255 


1563 


398 


.315 


1832 


466 


.435 


2100 


535 


.555 


2616 


1200 


1168 


298 


.225 


1328 


338 


.255 


1483 


378 


.315 


1614 


411 


.36 


1860 


474 


.48 


2105 


536 


.63 


2834 


1300 


1230 


314 


.27 


1389 


354 


.315 


1540 


392 


.375 


1660 


423 


.42 


1898 


484 


.555 


2120 


537 


.69 


3050 


1400 


1302 


332 


.33 


1445 


368 


.375 


1590 


405 


.435 


1719 


437 


.495 


1942 


495 


.615 


2148 


547 


.765 


3270 


1500 


1389 


354 


.405 


1518 


387 


.435 


1648 


419 


.495 


1772 


451 


.57 


1983 


505 


.69 


2185 


557 


.84 


3490 


1600 


1460 


372 


.48 


1580 


403 


.525 


1702 


434 


.57 


1828 


465 


.645 


2033 


517 


.78 


2234 


570 


.93 


3705 


1700 


1540 


392 


.57 


1643 


418 


.615 


1767 


450 


.66 


1880 


479 


.735 


2100 


535 


.885 


2284 


582 


1.035 


3925 


1800 


1740 


443 


.69 


1710 


435 


.72 


1825 


464 


.765 


1942 


495 


.825 


2150 


547 


.99 


2328 


593 


1.14 



NOTE No. 1 — Using capacities below underscorings results in noise being encountered. 

Symbols: S.P. = Static Pressure or Resistance. C.F.M. = Cubic Feet of Air per Minute. F.P.M.= Feet per Minute. RPM = Revolutions per 
Minute. BHP = Brake Horse Power or size of Blower Motor. 



Following is a list of Sunbeam Air Conditioners and the No. of the blower with which each is equipped. 



No. 720- R 
No. M-2 
No. 5520 



No. 1-9 



No. 124 (100,000 to 123,000 Btu) 
No. 224 (100,000 to 123,000 Btu) 
No. 424 (100,000 to 123,000 Btu) 
No. D-2 No. 2280 No. 5220 
No. M-3 No. 2480 No. 5620 
No. M-4 No. 4020 No. 5522 

No. 4420 No. 5524 

No. 4820 No. 5527 

No. 124 (124,000 to 186,000 Btu) ] 
No. 224 (124,000 to 186,000 Btu) 
No. 424 (124,000 to 186,000 Btu) No - 1 " 15 
No. D-3 No. M-5 No. 24-S 
No. 2780 




No. 434 (187,000 to 285,000 Btu) 
No. 634 (187,000 to 285,000 Btu) 
No. D-4 No. 27-S No. 3080 



No. 434 (286,000 to 331,000 Btu) 
No. 634 (286,000 to 331,000 Btu) 
No. 3480 



No. 1-18 



No. 1-21 



No. 



D-5 



No. 2-15 




BLOWER CAPACITY TABLE 

CERTIFIED RATINGS — Air Deliveries, or Capacities, are in accordance with Standard Test Code for Centrifugal and Propeller Fans adopted 
jointly by the National Association of Fan Manufacturers and the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers. 



No. 1-18 Blower 







He" S.P. 


x A n s.p. 


W s.p. 


y± s.p. 


%? S.P. 


Vo" S.P. 


VOLUME 
C.F.M. 


OUTLET 
VELOCITY 
F.P.M. 


TIP 
SPEED 


RPM 


BHP 


TIP 
SPEED 


RPM 


BHP 


TIP 
SPEED 


RPM 


BHP 


TIP 
SPEED 


RPM 


BHP 


TIP 
SPEED 


RPM 


BHP 


TIP 
SPEED 


RPM 


BHP 


2510 
2825 
3140 


800 
900 
1000 


884 
940 
999 


187 
199 
212 


.111 

.1275 
.1875 


1098 
1140 
1188 


233 
242 
252 


.159 
.195 
.24 


1278 
1307 
1351 


271 
277 
287 


.225 
.255 
.315 


1465 
1470 
1501 


311 
312 
319 


.285 

.33 

.375 


1792 


380 


.54 


2070 
2075 
2088 


439 
440 
444 


.765 
.855 
.96 


3455 


1100 


1052 


223 


.24 


1232 


262 


.285 


1390 


295 


.36 


1535 


326 


.435 


1804 


383 


.60 


2114 


448 


1.065 


3770 


1200 


1110 


236 


.30 


1280 


272 


.345 


1442 


306 


.42 


1580 


336 


.495 


1830 


388 


.675 


2150 


456 


1.17 


4080 
4395 


1300 
1400 


1178 
1230 


250 
261 


.375 
.45 


1343 
1400 


285 
297 


.42 
.51 


1490 
1540 


316 
327 


.495 
.57 


1630 
1673 


346 
355 


.57 
.66 


1870 
1905 


397 
404 


.765 
.855 


2196 
2238 


465 
474 


1.29 
1.41 


4710 


1500 


1297 


275 


.54 


1463 


310 


.615 


1593 


338 


.675 


1720 


365 


.765 


1945 


413 


.96 


2280 


484 


1.56 


5025 
5340 
5650 


1600 
1700 
1800 


1363 
1400 
1481 


289 
297 
314 


.66 

.765 

.915 


1510 
1572 
1634 


320 
334 
347 


.72 

.855 

.99 


1650 
1710 
1758 


350 
363 
373 


.78 
.915 
1.05 


1768 
1812 
1880 


375 
385 
399 


.87 
.99 
1.125 


1998 
2041 
2085 


424 
433 
443 


1.065 
1.185 
1.335 




No. l-xi Blower 




3425 
3850 
4280 


800 
900 
1000 


884 
940 
999 


161 
171 
181 


.15 

.195 

.255 


1098 
1140 
1188 


200 
207 
216 


.225 

.27 

.33 


1278 
1307 
1351 


232 
238 
246 


.30 
.36 
.42 


1465 
1470 
1501 


266 
267 
273 


.39 
.45 
.51 


1792 


326 


.72 


2070 
2075 
2088 


376 
377 
380 


1.05 
1.17 
1.305 


4710 


1100 


1052 


191 


.315 


1232 


224 


.39 


1390 


253 


.495 


1535 


279 


.60 


1804 


328 


.81 


2114 


384 


1.44 


5135 


1200 


1110 


202 


.405 


1280 


233 


.48 


1442 


262 


.57 


1580 


287 


.69 


1830 


333 


.915 


2150 


391 


1.59 


5565 
5990 


1300 
1400 


1178 
1230 


214 
224 


.51 
.615 


1343 
1400 


244 
254 


.57 
.69 


1490 
1540 


271 
280 


.675 
.78 


1630 
1673 


296 
304 


.78 
.90 


1870 
1905 


340 
346 


1.035 
1.155 


2196 
2238 


399 
406 


1.755 
1.935 


6420 


1500 


1297 


236 


.75 


1463 


266 


.825 


1593 


290 


.915 


1720 


313 


1.035 


1945 


354 


1.305 


2280 


414 


2.13 


6850 
7275 
7705 


1600 
1700 
1800 


1363 
1400 
1481 


248 
254 
269 


.90 
1.05 
1.23 


1510 
1572 
1634 


274 
286 
297 


.975 
1.155 
1.35 


1650 
1710 
1758 


300 
311 
320 


1.065 

1.26 

1.44 


1768 
1812 
1880 


322 
330 
342 


1.185 

1.35 

1.53 


1998 
2041 
2085 


363 
371 
379 


1.455 

1.62 

1.815 




No. 2-15 Blower 


3488 
3924 
4360 


800 
900 
1000 


914 
971 
1032 


232 
247 
263 


.165 

.21 

.27 


1117 
1164 
1219 


285 
297 
310 


.225 
.285 
.36 


1297 
1330 
1375 


330 
339 
350 


.315 
.375 
.435 


1487 
1498 
1522 


379 
382 

388 


.42 
.48 

.54 


1818 


463 


.80 








4796 


1100 


1100 


280 


.345 


1271 


324 


.435 


1424 


363 


.525 


1563 


398 


.63 


1832 


466 


.87 


2100 


535 


1.11 


5232 


1200 


1168 


298 


.435 


1328 


338 


.525 


1483 


378 


.63 


1614 


411 


.72 


1860 


474 


.96 


2105 


536 


1.26 


5668 


1300 


1230 


314 


.54 


1389 


354 


.63 


1540 


392 


.735 


1660 


423 


.84 


1898 


484 


1.11 


2120 


537 


1.38 


6100 


1400 


1302 


332 


.66 


1445 


368 


.735 


1590 


405 


.855 


1719 


437 


.99 


1942 


495 


1.23 


2148 


547 


1.53 


6540 
6980 
7410 
7850 


1500 
1600 
1700 
1800 


1389 
1460 
1540 
1740 


354 
372 
392 
443 


.81 
.96 
1.14 
1.38 


1518 
1580 
1643 
1710 


387 
403 
418 
435 


.885 
1.05 
1.23 
1.44 


1648 
1702 
1767 
1825 


419 
434 
450 
464 


.99 
1.155 
1.335 
1.53 


1772 
1828 
1880 
1942 


451 
465 
479 
495 


1.14 
1.29 
1.37 
1.65 


1983 
2033 
2100 
2150 


505 
517 
535 
547 


1.38 
1.56 
1.77 
1.98 


2185 
2234 
2284 
2328 


557 
570 
582 
593 


1.68 
1.86 
2.07 
2.28 



NOTE No. 1 — Using capacities below underscorings results in noise being encountered. 

Symbols: S.P. = Static Pressure or Resistance. C.F.M. = Cubic Feet of Air per Minute. F.P.M. m Feet per Minute. RPM = Revolutions 
Minute. BHP — Brake Horse Power or size of Blower Motor. 



Following is a list of Sunbeam Air Conditioners and the No. of the blower with which each is equipped. 



No. 720- R 
No. M-2 
No. 5520 



>No. 1-9 



No. 124 (100,000 to 123,000 Btu) 
No. 224 (100,000 to 123,000 Btu) 
No. 424 (100,000 to 123,000 Btu) 
No. D-2 No. 2280 No. 5220 
No. M-3 No. 2480 No. 5620 
No. M-4 No. 4020 No. 5522 
No. 4420 No. 5524 
No. 4820 No. 5527 

No. 124 (124,000 to 186,000 Btu) 
No. 224 (124,000 to 186,000 Btu) 
No. 424 (124,000 to 186,000 Btu) 
No. D-3 No. M-5 No. 24-S 
No. 2780 



No. 1-12 



No. 1-15 



No. 434 (187,000 to 285,000 Btu) 
No. 634 (187,000 to 285,000 Btu) 
No. D-4 No. 27 -S No. 3080 



No. 434 (286,000 to 331,000 Btu) 
No. 634 (286,000 to 331,000 Btu) 
No. 3480 



No. 1-18 



No. 1-21 



No. D-5 No. 2-15 



THE FOX 

A DIVISION OF 

BL2 



FURNACE COMPANY • 

AMERICAN RADIATOR & STANDARD 



ELYRIA, OHIO 

SANITARY CORPORATION 

Printed in U.S.A. 




The Sunbeam Cast Furnace — 1000 Series 
—Available in Pipe and Pipeless Types 



THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY • ELYRIA, OHIO 

A DIVISION OF AMERICAN RADIATOR & STANDARD SANITARY CORPORATION 



MANUFACTURERS OF WARM AIR FURNACES AND AIR CONDITIONING UNITS, OF 
CAST IRON AND STEEL CONSTRUCTION, FOR EVERY KIND OF FUEL -COAL, GAS, OIL 



'SUNBEAM' 

WARM AIR HEATING 



THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY 




Construction Superiorities of the 1000 Series Sunbeam Cast Furnace Include: 



1. SMOKE COLLAR — cast with radiator, ex- 
tends outside of casing. The radiator can 
be revolved to any position for convenient 
connection to flue. 

2. RADIATOR — cast in one piece. Expert de- 
sign incorporates oversize capacity for the 
hot gases; yet gives a maximum of air cir- 
culating space. 

3. CLEAN-OUT COLLAR— cast with radiator. 
Cover bolts over large opening effecting gas- 
tight connection. 

4. UPPER FRONT PANEL — slips to place 
over and around feed section, eliminating 
possibility of gas leakage from feed section 
into warm-air chamber. 



5. HOT BLAST— admits heated air which is 
necessary for the complete combustion of 



6. COMBUSTION CHAMBER AND FEED 
SECTION — Opening at top is centered above 
fire pot. Feed section is short. Feed door and 
opening are machine-ground. 

7. LOWER FRONT PANEL — slips in place 
over and around ash pit section. It is im- 
possible for dust from ash pit to enter warm- 
air chamber. 

8. TWO-PIECE FIRE POT— made of heavy- 
weight Sunbeametal, with extra deep cup 
mints. Two-piece construction assures long 
life; 



9. VAPOR PAN — extra large capacity. Located 
where it will evaporate necessary moisture. 

10. DUPLEX GRATE— has more free area than 
ordinary grates. Upright shaker revolves 
outer ring on 4 large wheels. Can never 
stick. Prevents ash accumulation against fire 
pot walls. Grate removed by releasing one 
cotter pin and two bolts. 

11. ASH PIT— high and spacious. Full width 
opening makes removal of ashes easy. Door 
and door openings are machine ground. 

12. ONE-PIECE BASE — levels quickly, reduc- 
ing installation time. Ash pit base has deep 
cupped joint assuring rapid assembly and 
a leak-proof bottom. 



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-WARM AIR HEATING. 



THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY 



The Combustion Chamber 
and Feed Section 

The combustion chamber and feed section is of 
generous proportions and allows plenty of space for 
the combustion of volatile gases. Large feed door and 
short feed section make firing easy. Arched sides and 
top impart greater strength. Top opening with sharp, 
deep cup joint is centered directly over fire pot. 

Feed section extends through front of furnace. 
Feed door opening and feed door are machine ground 
to insure air-tight fit. Feed door is mounted directly 
on feed section. 




Hot Blast 

In the Sunbeam Hot Blast, the air admitted from 
the outside is heated as it passes upward in the feed 
door. Therefore, only warm air which will aid in 
combustion, mixes with the volatile gases. 




The Durable Sunbeam Two-Piece 
Fire Pot 

This fire pot is extra heavy and is built with deep, clean-cut cup 
joints. Smooth design and machine molding result in castings having 
longer life, greater strength and resistance to the strain of expansion 
and contraction. Ashes cannot accumulate along the steep walls of 
this fire pot. 

Greater strength is needed, where greater strain is found. There- 
fore, Sunbeam fire pots are unusually heavy. After years of service, 
they will be in the same good condition as the balance of the heating 
plant. 



The improved 
Sunbeam Duplex Grate 

Illustrated opposite is the Duplex Grate. The slightest 
pressure on the shaking handle unfailingly revolves the outer 
ring and speedily removes all ashes. The ring operates 
smoothly on the four wheels which support it. Sufficient 
clearance between grate and ash pit top has been provided 
to eliminate the possibility of ashes interfering with motion 
of grate. 

Notice how the outer ring is beveled towards the center 
of grate. Because of this construction the clinkers move 
into the "basket" when grate is shaken. One turn of the 
"basket" and they are dumped into ash pit without dis- 
turbing fire. 




View of grate with "basket" dumped 
for removal of clinkers 



Page 3 



THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY 



The Slip-O n Lower Front Panel 

As shown in the accompanying illustration, the ash pit ex- 
tends through the front of furnace. 

The lower front panel quickly slips into place above and 
around the ash pit and is held rigidly and tightly in the back 
by a shoulder cast on the ash pit and by finishing strips on the 
front. Dust and dirt positively cannot enter the warm-air 
chamber. 

In addition to keeping dust out of the warm-air chamber, 
this construction saves time on the job and reduces installa- 
tion costs. 

There are no vertical joints within the air chamber of the 
cast iron, Sunbeam Warm- Air Furnaces, 





The Roomy, Air-Tight Ash Pit 




Notice the spacious, high ash pit, wide opening 
with full size door. Leak-proof connection is assured by 
deep cup joint and by bolting ash pit to base. Ash pit 
door is mounted directly on ash pit. 

The door opening is machine ground with door and 
base. An air-tight union results. 

When the door is closed, there are no cracks, openings 
or uneven spaces through which unwanted draft can be 
admitted to the fire. Draft door and seat on ash pit door 
are machine ground. 

To some, machine grinding may seem to be an ex- 
pensive operation which can be dispensed with; but 
nothing, however minor, that will improve the per- 
formance of Sunbeam Furnaces has been overlooked or 
omitted. 



The Rigid One-Piece Base 



The superiority of the new Sunbeam Furnace starts 
with the heavy, strong one-piece base which saves in- 
stallation time and costs and assures the furnace of a 
firm level setting. Sunbeam base has the following 
features: 

1. Deep, wide cup joint in which ash pit fits. 

2. Three places where ash pit is bolted securely to 
base. A leak-proof union is the result. 

3. Front of base is machine ground. When attached to ash pit, it is always in perfect alignment with the top 
and sides of ash pit door opening. Door always closes air tight, giving absolute control of fire. 

4. High flange which saves time when fitting casing. 




Page 4 



SUNBEAM 

WARM A1P MEATINtt 



THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY 



The Heating Unit 



From its one-piece base to its one-piece radiator, the 
heavy, ideally proportioned Sunbeam Heating Unit 
has every improvement that you can expect to find. 
Heating parts are durable and heavy. All joints are 
deeply cupped and join snugly. The heating parts 
are centered, making it possible to move the radiator 
to any position without using extension collars and 
without affecting the perfect balance of the heating 
plant. All openings in the heating unit are on the 
outside of the front and the casings. 

In this furnace, Sunbeam designers have incorpo- 
rated ample heating surface, have maintained the cor- 
rect ratio between grate area and heating surface and 
have provided plenty of free air circulating space. 

Ease and speed of assembly is one feature of the 
furnace that will appeal to heating contractors — and 
reduces installation costs. 





View of top of radiator. Notice how smoke collar and cleanout 
openings are outside of the furnace casing and front. 



One-Piece Radiator 

No gas or smoke from the oversize Sunbeam radiator 
can possibly enter the warm-air chamber. The Radiator, 
Cleanout and Smoke Collar are cast in one piece. As you 
can readily see from the illustration at the left the smoke 
outlet and cleanout opening extend outside of the casing 
and the front of the furnace. 

The high, wide radiator opening is centered directly 
above fire pot and combustion chamber. It aids in the com- 
bustion of the fuel. The radiator can be revolved to any 
position for a most convenient connection with the flue. 

Both the cleanout opening and the cleanout cover are 
machine-ground. No dust, soot or smoke can possibly 
escape from the air-tight connection which results. And 
yet, cover can be easily removed for cleaning of radiator. 



The Slip-On Upper Front Panel 

Notice how the feed section extends through the front of the 
furnace. There is no joint inside of the warm-air chamber 
through which gas or dust can escape. The upper front panel 
quickly slips into position above and around the feed section. 
It is held in place firmly and tightly in the back by a shoulder 
cast on the feed section, and in the front, by finishing strips 
which are bolted into place. 

There are no vertical joints within the air chamber of the cast 
iron } Sunbeam Warm- Air Furnaces. 




PageS 



SUNBEAM 1 

— WARM AIR HEATING 



THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY 



The Sunbeam Pipeless Furnace 

1000 Series 

The famous cast iron Sunbeam Heating Plant is now available as a Pipeless 
Furnace. The same care and attention that was devoted to the design of the 
heating parts as shown in the preceding pages, has been accorded to the Air 
Circulating compartments — both return air and warm air — and the construc- 
tion of casings. Insufficient space in the return air compartment, or the pene- 
tration of heat from the warm air section will so retard air circulation in a 
pipeless furnace that it cannot deliver its rated capacity. This cannot occur 
in the Sunbeam. The return air compartment is much larger than on ordinary 
heating plants. The inner casing, which separates return air and warm air 
compartments, is effectively insulated with a lining of corrugated bright tin, 
backed up by a layer of asbestos paper. 

To further assure unrestricted air circulation and the delivery of full heating 
capacity, fabricated steel registers with more than 80% free air space are 
standard equipment on Sunbeam Pipeless Furnaces. These registers have 
almost twice as much free area as one of cast iron construction. 




SUNBEAM CAST IRON PIPE FURNACES 



Furnace Number 


I Grate Area in 
[ Square Feet 


I Heating Surface 
j In Square Inches 


Ratings in Sq. In. 


B. T. U. Capacity 
per Hour at 
Register 


Inside Diameter 
of Fire Pot 


Diameter of 
Smoke Collar 


Approx. Distance 
from Floor to Center 
of Smoke Outlet 


Req. Cellar Height 
to Bottom of Joist 


Size of the 
Feed Door 


Size of the 
Ash Pit Door 


Height of Ash Pit 


Diameter of Casing 


Height of Casings 
and Pitch Hood 


Height of Lower 
Section of Casing 


».s 

ft' 5 

ft <3 

^2 

"o'o 
4s a 

XX o 


Circumference of 
Top Casing Ring 


Over-all Length of 
Casing Sheets 


Approx. Shipping 
Weight Less Cas- 
ings, in Pounds 


Approx. Shipping 
Weight Complete 
in Pounds 


*1018CD 


1.22 


4274 


336 


46400 


18" 


8" 


40 XT 


6' 


9"xl W 


16"xl2H" 


13" 


36" 


59^" 


20" 


24" 


113 


88" 


710 


770 


1040CDA 


1.49 


5126 


405 


55900 


20" 


8" 


46 A" 


6' 


10K"xl3K" 


17"xl2" 


12" 


40" 


65M" 


22" 


28" 


125M" 


103^" 


882 


954 


1044CDA 


1.90 


5874 


492 


67900 


22" 


9" 


453^" 


6' 


10H"xl3H" 


19K''xl2" 


12" 


44" 


65^" 


22" 


28" 


138^" 


n*X" 


1008 


1087 


1048CDA 


2.29 


6598 


578 


79800 


24" 


9" 


45 X" 


6' 


10M"xl3^" 


19^"xl2" 


12" 


47" 


65^" 


22" 


28" 


147M" 


123K" 


1149 


1233 


1052CDA 


2.82 


7494 


689 


95100 


26" 


10" 


4W 


W 


10^"xl3H" 


2\%"x\Zy 2 " 


ISH" 


52" 


69^" 


24" 


30" 


162^" 


136^" 


1440 


1539 


1056CDA 


3.34 


8256 


794 


109600 


28" 


10" 


49M" 


7' 


10K"xl3K" 


21%"xl3y 2 " 




56" 


69^" 


24" 


30" 


17534" 


149^" 


1568 


1686 


t30C 


3.69 


9986 


907 


125200 


30" 


9" 


56" 


8' 


13"xl3M" 


10H"x21H" 


14" 


60" 


! 20" 
76M"iMiddle 
I 20" 


20" 


188M" 


156^" 


1964 


2118 



♦The 1018CD is furnished with Duplex grates only. 

JThe 30C furnace has two piece radiator and is equipped with triangular grate bars only. 

STANDARD EQUIPMENT — Check draft, finishing collars, poker, draft regulator, chain and pulleys, asbestos cement, nuts and bolts. 
ALL RATINGS CERTIFIED TO BY THE NATIONAL WARM-AIR HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING ASSOCIATION. 



SUNBEAM CAST IRON PIPELESS FURNACES 



Furnace Number 


1 

I Grate Area in 
j Square Feet 


Heating Surface 
in Square Inches 


Number of Rooms 
to be Heated 


Capacity in 
Cubic Feet 


Inside Diameter 
of Fire Pot 


Size of Register 


Diameter of 
Smoke Collar 


I 

a 5 « 

Ui 

Woo 

£ fe 6 
ftSco 
ft 




Minimum Cellar 
Height Required 
to Bottom of Joist 


Size of the 
Feed Door 


Size of the 
Ash Pit Door 


Height of the 
Ash Pit 


Diam. of Inner 

Casing 


Diam. of Outer 
Casing 


Diameter of 
Warm-Air Outlet 


11 

ft 
oxi 2 

U M) O 


*1018BD 


1.22 


4274 


3 to 5 


8000 to 
12000 


18" 


28"x28" 


8" 


40 X" 


6' 


9"xllM" 


16"xl2K" 


13" 


33M" 


41 K" 




910 


1040BD 


1.49 


5126 


5 to 7 


12000 to 
16000 


20" 


32"x32" 


8" 


46 ^" 


6' 


10^"xl3J^" 


17"xl2" 


12" 


40" 


52" 


24" 


1156 


1044BD 


1.90 


5874 


7 to 10 


16000 to 
20000 


22" 


32"x32" 


9" 


45M" 


6' 


10^"xl3^" 


1934"xl2" 


12" 


44" 


56" 


24" 


1290 


1048BD 


2.29 


6598 


10 to 12 


20000 to 
24000 


24" 


35"x35" 


9" 


45 34" 


6' 


103^"xl3H" 


1934" X 12" 


12" 


47" 


60" 


26" 


1462 


1052BD 


2.82 


7494 


12 to 14 


24000 to 
28000 


26" 


38"x38" 


10" 


49 M" 


6' 


10M"xl3H" i 21%"xl2M" 


13K" 


52" 


64" 


28" 


1776 



♦The 1018BD is furnished with Duplex grates only. 

STANDARD EQUIPMENT— Register, check draft, poker, draft regulator, chain and pulleys, asbestos cement, nuts and bolts. Warm-air and return-air ex- 
tension sufficient for 8' cellar height, is shipped with each pipeless furnace. 

NOTE: Duplex Grates are standard equipment and will be provided unless otherwise specified. If triangular grate bars (without upright shaking handle) are 
wanted, indicate by adding the letters CT or BT to Serial Number; for example, 1040 CT (pipe) or 1040BT (pipeless). 



Fcrm 54 25 M— 2-38 



Page 6 



Printed in U. S. A 




WARM-AIR FURNACES 




The Sunbeam Series No. 8000 Steel 
Pipe Furnace — Better for Burning 
Oil — Better for Burning Coal. The 
Coal Burning Model is shown above. 



THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY • ELYRIA, OHIO 

A DIVISION OF AMERICAN RADIATOR & STANDARD SANITARY CORPORATION 

III 

MANUFACTURERS OF WARM AIR FURNACES AND AIR CONDITIONING UNITS, OF 
CAST IRON AND STEEL CONSTRUCTION, FOR EVERY KIND OF FUEL— COAL, GAS, OIL 



A VIEW OF THE INTERIOR 

1 LARGE RADIATOR WELDED AND 
RIVETED. The radiator is welded and 
riveted to make it a seamless, leak-proof 
unit. Smoke collars are of cast iron and are 
securely and tightly bolted to radiator. 
Radiator Is cleaned through lower smoke 
outlet. 

2 DIRECT DRAFT DAMPER. Direct draft 
damper is located in upper smoke collar, 
outside of casing where it will not warp, 
bind, or burn out. 

3 WELDED AND RIVETED HEAD. Long life 
and leak-proof construction is obtained by 
welding and riveting the head to top of drum. 

4 NO JOINT AT TOP OF POUCH. The top of 
the pouch is riveted and welded to eliminate 
any joints. 

5 CAST IRON SMOKE COLLAR CON- 
NECTION. Resistance to the destructive 
action of the hot flames is obtained by using 
cast iron smoke collars to join radiator and 
drum. 



OF THE SUNBEAM STEEL FURNACE, COAL BURNING MODEL 



6 ONE-PIECE DRUM. The one-piece con- 
struction of the Sunbeam steel drum elimi- 
nates two vertical joints within warm-air 
chamber. 

7 LARGE FEED DOOR. Feed door opening is 
12 M inches high by 15^ inches wide at bot- 
tom. When door is opened it automatically 
opens direct draft damper. Smoke will not 
escape into basement when coal is added. 

8 "V" TYPE BAFFLE. This baffle causes the 
hot gases to heat the entire radiator uni- 
formly before passing into the flue. Has no 
moving parts; nothing to get out of order. 

9 FULL HEIGHT FIRE POT. Extra deep fire 
pot 14}^ inches high, holds twice as much 
fuel as ordinary steel furnaces. A much 
longer firing period is one of the Innovations 
in this modern type of heating plant. 

10 DUPLEX GRATE. In this advanced type of 
furnace, you find an advanced type of grate 



— the duplex grate. Outer ring is revolved 
by upright shaking lever, shaking ashes at 
edge of fire into ash pit. Clinkers move into 
center or "basket" of grate, where one turn 
of dumping handle quickly removes them. 

11 JOINTLESS ASH PIT. Completely welding 
ash pit bottom to the drum eliminates all 
possibility of leakage at this connection 
and makes it impossible for dust, fumes or 
moisture to escape into warm-air chamber. 
The ash pit bottom is dished below ash pit 
door, forming a well for possible oil leakage, 
preventing oil accumulations from flowing 
onto basement floor. 

12 NO DIRECT CONNECTION BETWEEN 
CASING AND HEATING UNIT. The in- 
genious, patented design of this furnace, 
eliminates the possibility of gases or fumes 
entering the warm-air chamber, as the 
drum is not connected with the casing. 
The drum is joined with the front of fur- 
nace. The casing is connected separately 
with the corner column. 



Page 2 



The Steel Furnace 
Heating Element Series 8000 

In the steel heating element of the Series No. 8000 
are incorporated all of the modern features that the 
science of heating has proven desirable. The heavy, 
rugged metal has the two desirable qualities of dura- 
bility and rapid transmission of heat. In every 
respect this heating plant is designed and built to 
assure fuel economy, clean heating and many years 
of trouble-free service, 

There are no joints in this advanced heating plant 
through which dirt, soot or fumes can escape from 
the combustion chamber into the air circulating 
compartment. Seams are both riveted and welded 
to provide strength necessary to withstand the 
forces of expansion and contraction. 

The cast iron collars, which connect the radiator 
to the drum, join with a leak-proof tongue and 
groove joint and are firmly locked in position and 
sealed. Cast iron flanges are securely bolted to the 
drum and radiator at close intervals. Thick asbestos 
gaskets are inserted to assure gas tight connections 
where the collars are joined to drum and radiator. 

The finest of materials, excellence of design and 
over fifty years of experience in the manufacture of 
heating equipment, make the Series No. 8000 the 
outstanding steel furnace. 

STOKER FIRED MODEL 

When a stoker is to be connected to the Sunbeam 
Series No. 8000, the Stoker Fired Model can be 
furnished. The stoker can be installed in this model 
from front, rear or either side without any cutting 
by the installer. Chutes are provided at both sides 
and at the rear of the heating element. The stoker 
screw tube can enter the heating element through 
any one of these chutes or through ash pit door 
opening. Metal covers and gaskets are provided to 
seal the chutes not used. 

Hopper feed or bin feed (with the screw tube 
above base of furnace) stokers of any standard 
make can be accommodated. Bin feed stoker with 
the screw tube below base of furnace must be in- 
stalled in the coal, hand fired, model. 

The Stoker Fired Model, like ail coal burning 
models, is equipped with a fire brick lining around 
the fire box section. Grate assembly is omitted. The 
standard type of coal burning doors are furnished. 





Coal burning model Series 8000 




Stoker fired model Series 8000 

Chute openings are 17" wide by 8V2" high. 
Bottom of opening is 43^£ " above floor level. 

Top of Drum and Pouch Made Leak-Proof 
by Riveting and Welding 

The illustration at the left shows how the head of the steel 
furnace becomes an integral part of the one-piece drum — gas- 
tight and leak-proof — because they are joined by welding and 
riveting, both. The top of the pouch is riveted and welded in 
place so that there will be no seams or openings however small, 
through which gas and smoke, soot and dirt can escape into 
the circulating air stream. The drum is constructed of No. 7 
gauge boiler plate. 



Page 3 



Oversize Radiator, Riveted and Welded 



This larger radiator increases the heating capacity of this advanced steel furnace. 
The body of the radiator is formed from a single piece of No. 12 gauge steel plate 
which is securely riveted and welded. The top and bottom plates are riveted and 
welded to the sides of radiator. The illustration opposite shows the V type baffle 
which is bolted permanently into place in each radiator. 




Duplex Grates 



Illustrated opposite is the improved Sunbeam Duplex Grate. Plenty of free 
air space assures both long life and the efficient combustion of fuel. The outer 
ring, operated by the upright shaking handle, revolves on four wheel bearings 
and can never stick. Clinkers are moved into the grate "basket" where they 
are dumped without loss of live coals. 

The ease and speed with which the grate can be installed and removed will 
appeal to dealers. Open the ash pit door, release two convenient bolts and 
one pin. Grasp the handles and wheel it in or out like a wheel barrow. 



Full Height Fire Pot 

Compare the height of the Sunbeam fire pot with that of an ordinary steel furnace. 
You will find that it is higher . . . much higher, being 143/9 inches from grate to feed 
door. A fire pot that holds virtually twice as much fuel assures a longer firing period, 
more even combustion and more economical consumption of fuel. 

By this construction, the Sunbeam organization has overcome one of the greatest steel 
furnace shortcomings, without reducing the size of the feed door or ash pit. Spacious 
ash pit door, on smaller sizes measures 19%" x 12"; on larger sizes, 21%" x 13% ff . 




Direct Draft Damper and Special Smoke Pipe Connection 

The direct draft damper is located in the upper smoke outlet as 
shown at the left. In this location it gives the advantages of direct 
and indirect draft and in addition, successfully resists the destructive 
action of the flames and will not warp, bind or burn out. 

The direct draft damper, in coal burning models, is operated by a 
chain located at the front of furnace. It opens automatically when- 
ever the feed door is opened. 

In the oil burning models, this damper can be set manually at any 
of 4 adjustments by the Damper Adjustor located on the outside of 
the smoke collar. 

The Special Smoke Pipe Connection is shown in position attached 
to the upper and lower radiator collars. It is equipped with check 
damper and has a cleanout cap at bottom as illustrated. Arrows indi- 
cate smoke travel when Direct Draft Damper is in normal closed 

position. 




Page 4 



Rotary and Gun Type Oil Burning Models 

The Sunbeam Series No. 8000 Steel Furnace is made in two oil burning models; 
one designed specially for the installation of rotary type oil burners, one for gun 
type burners. Any standard make of burner can be accommodated. 

Numerous installations as well as extensive laboratory tests have proven the 
remarkably high efficiency of these models. The generous area of heating surface 
incorporated in these heating plants, and the long fire travel from burner to flue 
outlet, insure that the products of combustion are thoroughly utilized before 
they pass into the chimney. 

All joints are riveted and welded to successfully resist the constant expansion 
and contraction that is encountered with the intermittent firing of the oil 
burner. Gas-tight and fume-tight construction is another advantage which re- 
sults from riveted and welded seams. 

ROTARY TYPE MODEL 

As is illustrated below, this model is provided with an air-tight foundation 
for the hearth. The hearth plate rests on a cast ring which is set into brackets 
bolted to the heating element. The space between the steel shell and the ring is 
packed with asbestos rope to form an air-tight seal and prevent unwanted air 
from interfering with proper combustion of the burner. 

An inner lining of special heat resisting steel protects the heating element 
from impingement of flame. For insulating the space between the inner lining and 
the front casting, mineral wool is furnished as illustrated. 

GUN TYPE MODEL 

Like the Rotary type model, the Sunbeam Series 8000 Gun type burner model 
is equipped with an insulated fire door provided with a glass covered observa- 
tion opening, so that combustion can be observed with the door closed. The lower 
door has a circular opening through which the blast tube of the burner is inserted. 

The space between the front casting and the shell is insulated with mineral 
wool to reduce radiant heat loss through the front of the furnace. The insulation 
is supported and kept in position by a horizontal plate and a liner of heat- 
resisting steel which are furnished with all gun type furnace models. 




Sunbeam Oil Burning Furnace 
designed for Rotary Type Burner 




Sunbeam Oil Burning Furnace 
designed for Gun Type Burner 





Heating element of Gun Type Burner Model of the Series S000 
showing the mineral wool insulation between the inner lining and 
the front casting, and also the insulation in the fire door. This 
illustration shows the long fire travel in Series No. 8000 furnace 



Rotary burner heating element showing cast iron hearth ring set 
on brackets and sealed with asbestos rope; the hearth plate; 
hearth plate extension, inner lining of heat-resisting steely and 
mineral wool insulation 



Page 5 



No Direct Connection Between Casing and Drum 





Because of its ingenious design, there is no joint in the warm air 
chamber between the casing and the heating unit of the New Sunbeam 
Steel Furnace, as you can see from the accompanying illustration. Notice 
how the heating unit is connected to the front of the furnace. Then 
notice that the casing is bolted to the corner column, making a sep- 
arate connection. Gases and fumes cannot escape through this con- 
nection into the air chamber. The interlocking joint between heating 
unit and front of furnace is made air-tight with asbestos rope packing. 



Special Oversize Radiator 

(Used Only in Furnace No. 8034-J) 



Opposite is shown the special oversize radiator. It is constructed of No. 12 gauge 
steel and is riveted and welded. Connecting collars are of cast iron construction. The 
connection between collars and drum and radiator is made gas tight through the use of 
flange collars bolted securely at close intervals. Thick asbestos gaskets between 
flange and drum and between flange and radiator are an additional seal against gas 
leakage. A vertical baffle at each side of the radiator directs the passage of hot gases 
to the base of the radiator, utilizing these gases completely — and heating all parts 
of the radiator ■ — before the gases rise again and pass out through the smoke collar. 
Radiator is cleaned through the cleanout opening at bottom. No smoke tee is used. 



Capacities and Dimensions 




Furnace Number 


18022 


8024 


8027 


8030 


8034 


S 8034 J 


A Inside Diameter of Drum 


22" 


24" 


27" 


30" 


34" 


34" 


Grate Area in Sq. Ft. 


1.82 


2.24 


2.92 


3.76 


4.96 


4.96 


Heating Surface in Sq. In. 


7475 


7821 


10362 


10820 


11462 


13662 


♦Rating in Square Inches (Soft Coal) 


537 


612 


804 


947 


1151 


1229 


Rating in Square Inches (Hard Coal) 


456 


520 


683 


805 


978 


1045 


Btu Cap. per Hr. at Reg. (Soft Coal) 


73032 


83232 


109344 


128792 


156536 


167144 


Btu Cap. per Hr. at Reg. (Hard Coal) 


62016 


70712 


92888 


109480 


133008 


142120 


Btu Cap. per Hr. at Reg. (Stoker Fired) 


f80000 


92000 


121000 


142000 


• 173000 


184000 


Btu Cap. per Hr. at Reg. (Oil-Gun Type Burner) 


84000 


96000 


126000 


148000 


180000 


** 


Btu Cap. per Hr. at Reg. (Oil-Rotary Type Burner) 


98000 


112000 


147000 


173000 


210000 


** 


Overall Height of Heating Unit 


54M" 


55" 


57^" 


58%" 




61M" 


Height of Radiator 


38M" 


38M" 


39^" 


WW 


41" 


42" 


Width of Radiator on Arc 


38" 


38" 


42" 


42" 


50" 


35^" 


Depth of Radiator 


7" 


7" 


7*A" 


7M" 


9" 


20M" 


Height of Fire Pot 


UM" 


14H" 


UH" 


1434" 




14J4" 


Size of Feed Door Opening 




15^"xl2K" 


15M"xl2K" 


15«i"xl2H" 


15^"xl2H" 


15^"xl2K" 


Size of Ash Pit Door Opening 


19M"xl2" 


19^"xl2" 


2Wxl3H" 


21H"xl3H" 




2Wxl3*g" 


Diameter of Smoke Outlet 


9" 


9" 


10" 


10" 


10" 


10" 


Approximate Distance from Floor to Center of Smoke Outlet 


41^" 


41M" 


43^" 


44M" 


45M" 


47 W 


Diameter of Casing 


46" 


48" 


53" 


56" 


61" 


+ 
+ 


Height of Casings and Hood 


68M" 


68K" 


70H" 


70M" 


70M" 


70M" 


Height of Lower Section of Casing 


28" 


28" 


30" 


30" 


30" 


30" 


Height of Upper Section of Casing 


26" 


26" 


26" 


26" 


26" 


26" 


Circumference of Top Casing Ring 


144^" 


150M" 


166H" 


175 ft" 




206" 


Door Opening Required to Admit Drum (Stoker Model) 


t 


28M" 


31" 


33" 


37" 


37" 


Distance from center of Drum to side of Casing (Stoker Model) 


t 


24" 


26^" 


28" 


3034" 


28" 


Distance from center of Drum to rear of Casing (Stoker Model) 


t 


28^" 


31M" 


34< 4 " 


37A" 


46^" 


Distance from center of Drum to front of Furnace (Stoker Model) 


t 


18" 


20" 


21H" 


23 J4" 


23^" 


Approx. Ship. Weight less Casing, Lbs. 


1045 


1099 


1265 


1395 


1526 


1650 


Approx. Ship. Weight Complete, Lbs. 


1133 


1195 


1370 


1518 


1656 


1787 



STANDARD EQUIPMENT — Check Draft, Finishing collars, poker, draft regulator, chain and pulleys, nuts and bolts. 

Mf stoker is to be used, determine clearance for stoker retort by deducting 3J4" (required for fire brick) from inside drum diameter. 
fThis size is not available in the special stoker fired model. 

JThis furnace is equipped with special over-size radiator and has an oval shaped casing 71" at its greatest length and 56" at its greatest width. No smoke 
tee is used with this furnace. 

*These furnaces are rated in accordance with the Standard Code Rating Formula of National Warm Air Heating and Air Conditioning Association. 
**The No. 8034 J is not recommended for oil burning. 



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Page 6 



Printed in U.S.A. 



THE NEW 500 SERIES 

SUNBEAM 

STEEL FURNACE 





'HIS FURNACE has been designed to supply the demand for a steel 
furnace in the lower cost brackets. Expert engineers have drawn on 
their experience and ingenuity to produce a heating plant that is inexpensive, and 
yet contains many superiorities that ordinarily are not found in a furnace with price 
appeal. , . The new No. 500 Series Sunbeam Steel Furnace offers that rare com- 
bination of high quality and low price. It enables heating contractors who are 
matching prices with competitors, to offer a surplus of value that will produce sales. 

THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY, Elyria, Ohio 

A Division of American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation 



MANUFACTURERS OF WARM AIR FURNACES AND AIR CONDITIONING UNITS, OF 
CAST IRON AND STEEL CONSTRUCTION, FOR EVERY KIND OF FUEL- COAL, GAS, OIL 



SUNPJ2AM 

WARM-AJR FURNACES 



Interior Construction of No. 500 Series 

Steel Furnace 




\ RADIATOR is constructed of No. 12 gauge boiler 
plate, riveted and welded. 

2 SMOKE COLLARS are of cast iron construc- 
tion and are securely bolted at close intervals to 
form leak-proof joints. Collars join with a tight 
tongue and groove joint. Asbestos gaskets are 
inserted where collars connect to drum and 
radiator. 

3 FULL HEIGHT FIRE POT is \V$ 9 high. Holds 
a deep bed of fuel. Permits long firing period. 

4 RADIATOR SMOKE COLLAR is of cast iron con- 
struction. It is connected to the radiator gas 
tight by the insertion of an asbestos gasket and 
by bolts spaced at close intervals. Notice that 
collar is located at the base of radiator so that 
the gases pass through the entire radiator before 
passing into the flue. 



5 BASKET GRATE — Excellent combustion and 
easy removal of ashes and clinkers is assured by 
this type of grate. 

g JOINTLESS ASH PIT — No gas or dust leakage 
can occur in ash pit, as the base is welded to the 
drum. 

7 RIVETED AND WELDED HEAD — Long life and 
leak-proof construction is obtained by riveting 
and welding the head to the top of drum. 

g TOP OF POUCH — The top of the pouch is 
riveted and welded. 

£ DRUM is constructed of No. 8 gauge boiler plate, 
riveted and welded. Construction of drum elimin- 
ates two vertical joints within warm-air chamber. 

10 LARGE FEED DOOR OPENING is approximately 
IW wide by 10^" high. 



The No. 500 Series Steel Heating Element 



Among the outstanding features of this Sunbeam 
Furnace, are the materials and methods used in the con- 
struction of the heating element. Durable No. 8 gauge 
boiler plate steel is used in the drum; No. 12 gauge in 
the radiator. All seams are both riveted and welded 
to doubly safeguard against gas leakage. Advanced 
equipment and manufacturing methods, the finest of 
materials, and over fifty years of experience in the 
manufacture of residential heating and air handling 
equipment, make this furnace an unusual value. 

STOKER FIRED MODEL 

The Series No. 500 — Nos. 524 and 527 sizes— is built 
in a special Stoker Fired Model which will accommodate 
bin feed or hopper feed stokers of any standard make. 

The stoker can be installed in this model from front, 
rear or either side without any cutting by the installer. 
Chutes are provided at both sides and at the rear of the 
heating element. The stoker screw tube can enter the 
heating element through any of these chutes or through 
ash pit door opening. Metal covers and gaskets are 
provided to seal the chutes which are not used. 

Where a bin feed stoker is to be installed with the 
screw tube below base of furnace, the coal, hand fired 
model must be used. 

The Stoker Fired Model, like all coal burning models, 
is equipped with a fire brick lining around the fire box 
section. Grate assembly is omitted. The standard 
type of Sunbeam coal burning doors are furnished. 

OIL BURNING MODELS 

The special design and leak-proof construction of the 
rotary and gun type oil burning models assure efficient, 
gas-tight operation. Any standard make of oil burner 
can be accommodated. Insulated fire doors, with glass 
covered observation ports, are standard equipment. 

GUN TYPE OIL BURNER MODEL 

With this model is supplied mineral wool for insulating 
the space between the front casting and the shell. The 
insulation is supported and kept in place by a horizon- 
tal plate and a liner of heat resisting steel. The lower door 
has an opening through which the blast tube is inserted. 




The Sunbeam Series 500 heating element, coal, hand-fired model 



ROTARY OIL BURNER MODEL 

With the rotary oil burner model is furnished all the 
equipment required for an air-tight hearth foundation. 
As illustrated below, this equipment includes a hearth 
plate which rests on a cast iron ring held in position by 
brackets and sealed with asbestos rope. Unwanted sec- 
ondary air, which would prevent proper combustion of 
the oil, is excluded from the combustion chamber. 

The sides of the heating element are protected from 
flame impingement by an inner lining of special heat-re- 
sisting steel. Mineral wool, for insulating the space be- 
tween the front casting and the inner lining, is furnished. 





STOKER FIRED model of the Series No. 500. 
Illustration shows chutes, welded to drum, 
through which the screw tube is inserted. The 
size of the chutes is 17" wide by 8H" high. 
Bottom of opening is above floor level 



Heating element of GUN TYPE BURNER 
Model of the Series 500 showing the mineral 
wool insulation between the inner lining and 
the front casting, and also the insulated fire 
door with glass covered observation opening. 



ROTARY BURNER heating element showing 
cast iron hearth ring set on brackets and sealed 
with asbestos rope; the hearth plate; hearth 
plate extension, inner lining of heat resisting 
steel, and mineral wool insulation. 



Desirable Features of No. 500 Series Steel Furnace 



TOP OF DRUM AND POUCH MADE 
LEAK -PROOF BY RIVETING AND WELDING 

The illustration at the right shows how the head of the steel fur- 
nace becomes an integral part of the one-piece drum — gas-tight 
and leak -proof — because they are joined by riveting and welding, 
both. The top of the pouch is riveted and welded in place so that 
there will be no seams or openings however small, through which 
gas and smoke, soot and dirt can escape into the circulating air, 




BASKET GRATE 

This type of grate keeps the fire hottest, where you want it, against 
the walls of the fire pot. The upright shaker handle revolves outer section 
of grate, smoothly and easily on 3 rollers, shaking down ashes along the 
edge of grate. Clinkers settle into the center or "basket" section of 
the grate, where they are broken and removed, without disturbing the 
fire, by the action of two triangular grate bars, which are located at the 
bottom of the "basket" section. The large 
amount of free area in this grate assures 
plenty of air for combustion of the fuel. 



Restricted openings prevent live coals from dropping into ash pit. 



FULL HEIGHT FIRE POT 

Economy of fuel consumption, infrequent firing, and slow, complete combustion 
are three desirable results of a full size fire pot. To provide these advantages the 
No. 500 Series Sunbeam fire pot is 13H inches high. The feed doors and ash pit 
doors are large and roomy, furnishing free and easy access to the interior of furnace. 

CAPACITIES AND DIMENSIONS 




FURNACE NUMBER 


1520 


J522 


524 


527 


flnside Diameter of Drum 


20" 


1 22" 


24" 


27" 




1.44 


1.82 


2.24 


2.92 


Heating Surface in Square Inches | 


5,025 


5,330 


5,690 


6,910 


♦Rating in Square Inches (Soft Coal) . . 


393 


461 


538 


683 


Rating in Square Inches (Hard Coal) | 


334 


392 


457 


581 


BTU Capacity Per Hr. at Reg. (Soft Coal) j 


53,400 


62,700 


73,200 


92,900 


BTU Capacity Per Hr. at Reg. (Hard Coal) 


45,400 


53,300 


62,100 


79,000 


BTU Capacity Per Hr. at Reg. (Stoker Fired) I 


59,000 


69,000 


81,000 


102,000 


BTU Capacity Per Hr. at Reg. (Oil— Gun Type Burner) 


61,000 


72,000 


84,000 


107,000 


BTU Capacity Per Hr. at Reg. (Oil— Rotary Burner) 


72,000 


84,000 


98,000 


125,000 


Overall Height of Heating Unit | 


52 K" 


52M" 


52^" 


55" 


Height of Radiator ] 


32%" 


32M" 


32^" 


353^" 


Width of Radiator on Arc 


30" 


30" 


30" 


38" 


Depth of Radiator 


6y 2 " 


6H" 


6H" 


7" 


Height of Fire Pot , , 


13H" 


13J4" 


13^" 


13^" 


Size of Feed Door Opening , 


IQV 2 " high 
13}*" wide 


10H" high 
13 H" wide 


io l A" high 

13 H " wide 


10 high 
13H" wide 




Size of Ash Pit Door Opening | 


12" high 
16" wide 


12" high 
16" wide 


12" high 
16" wide 


12" high 
16" wide 




Diameter of Smoke Outlet 


8" 


8" 


8" 


9" 


Approximate distance from floor to center of Smoke Outlet 


24^" 


24M" | 


24M" 1 


24" 


Diameter of Casing 


40" 


44" 


47" 


50" 


Average Overall Length of Casings | 


100 %" 


114^" 


122 H" 


132^" 


Height qf Casings and Hood 1 


66^" 


66 1 4" 


66H" 


66^" 


Height of Lower Section of Casing | 


30" 


30" 


30" 


30" 


Height of Upper Section of Casing | 


22" 


22" 


22" | 


22" 


Circumference of Top Casing Ring | 


125 H" 


138J^" | 


147 %" | 


157 tV' 


Door Opening Required to Admit Drum (Stoker Model) ... | 


+ 
+ 


t 


26H" | 


29H" 


Dis. from Center of Drum to Side of Casing (Stoker Model) 


+ 


+ 
+ 


23^" 1 


25" 


Dis. from Center of Drum to Rear of Casing (Stoker Model). . 


+ 
+ 


+ 
+ 


28" 


30" 


Dis. from Center of Drum to Front of Furnace (Stoker Model) | 


+ i 
+ 


+ 

+ 


W | 


19^" 


Approximate Shipping Weight Less Casing, Lbs I 


745 


799 


842 


964 


Approximate Shipping Weight Complete | 


817 


878 | 


930 | 


1060 



STANDARD EQUIPMENT— Check draft, finishing collars, pokers, draft regulator, chain and pulleys, nuts and bolts 
♦Ratings are in accordance with the Standard Code Rating Formula of National Warm Air Heating and Air Conditioning Ass'n 
tlf stoker is to be used, determine clearance for stoker retort by deducting 3H" (required for fire brick) from inside drum diameter! 
JThese sizes are not available in special stoker fired models. 



F-57 



Prints d in U. S. A. 




• The Series O Sunbeam is a new type of gas fired gravity 
furnace, with steel heating element. It is attractively 
modern in appearance and highly efficient in operation. 
There are four sizes ranging from the No. 0-2 with 80,000 B.t.u. 
input per hour to the No. 0-5 with an input of 200,000 B.t.u. 
per hour. 

The Series O Sunbeam Gas Fired Gravity Furnaces, because of 
their surprisingly low prices, bring the benefits of clean, care- 
free automatic gas heating within the reach of thousands of 
home owners with limited incomes. Fuel bills are moderate 
because of the highly efficient manner in which the gas burned 
in these furnaces is transferred into useable heat. Compact and 
low, the Series O Sunbeam requires a small amount of base- 
ment space for installation. 




THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY, ELYRIA, OHIO 

A DIVISION OF AMERICAN RADIATOR AND STANDARD SANITARY CORPORATION 



A View of the Interior of the l\o. 0-3 Sunbeam 



CONSTRUCTION FEATURES OF SERIES O SUNBEAM 
GAS FIRED FURNACE 



1. OUTER CABINET — The dark green enamel 
trim handsomely sets off the light green 
crystalline enamel of the casing. 



2. HEATING ELEMENT— Constructed of steel. 
Electrically welded to eliminate joints. 



3. RADIATION SHIELD— Between each two sec- 
tions is a radiation shield which absorbs heat 
radiated by the heating elements. These sec- 
ondary heating surfaces increase the efficiency 
and capacity of the unit. 



4. AIR CIRCULATING SPACE— Air circulates uni- 
formly over the ample heat-radiating surfaces. 



5. PILOT THERMOSTATIC SWITCH— Automatic- 
ally closes gas valve, thus shutting off the gas 
supply, if the pilot is extinguished. 



6. FLUE OUTLET MANIFOLD— Welded insepar- 
ably to the heating element, carries exhausted 
gases to the flue. 

7. INNER CASING— Made of corrugated galvanized 
iron. Conserves heat and keeps the outer cabinet 
cool. 

8. BURNER— Atmospheric type, designed to burn 
natural, manufactured or mixed gas. Provides 
quiet operation. 

9. PRESSURE REGULATOR FOR MAIN GAS LINE 
— Maintains uniform gas pressure and constant 
flame at the burner. 

10. GAS VALVE — Controlled by a room thermostat, 
automatically regulates the operation of the 
burner. 

11. PILOT LINE PRESSURE REGULATOR— Main- 
tains uniform gas pressure and constant flame 
at the pilot light. 



HEATING ELEMENT 

The heating element of the Series O Sunbeam gas fired fur- 
nace is constructed of an especially fine grade of 16 gauge 
steel having unusually high corrosion and rust-resisting 
properties. Each heating element is made of two sections. 
Each section is formed on a gigantic press under a pres- 
sure of 500 tons. The two sections are permanently and 
hermetically sealed together by electric welding machines of 
the latest type. In effect, each Sunbeam heating element is 
a jointless, leak-proof unit. 

The hot gases rise from the burner, are diverted equally to 
the front and rear, and are then collected at the central 
point at the top of the element assuring uniform heat dis- 
tribution throughout the heating element. Long fire travel 
is needed to obtain this uniform distribution of heat and, 
because of this long fire travel, the heat is thoroughly utilized 
before the products of combustion reach the flue. High 
efficiency and low fuel consumption result from this design. 
Gas passages are scientifically streamlined so that the prod- 
ucts of combustion pass from burner to flue manifold with 
a minimum of resistance. 

The flue manifold is securely welded to the top of the ele- 
ment, with the inlet opening at the center where the hot gas 
streams come together. Before the products of combustion 
reach the flue manifold, they pass through a baffle of east 
iron construction which is located near the top of the heat- 
ing element. 




BURNER AND PILOT 

The gas burner, of special design, is located in the center of 
the combustion chamber and is so situated that there is no 
impingement of flame on the sides of the heating element. 
The fuel supply is delivered to the center of the burner so 
that even distribution of gas is assured. 

The pilot support is attached to a frame cast on the mixing 
tube which permanently establishes the position of the 
pilot in relation to the burner, and prevents the pilot light 
from being incorrectly located. 



Steel heating element showing burner and 
baffle. Arrows indicate fire travel. 




Burner showing pilot mounted securely in position* 



DRIP HUMIDIFIER 

This humidifier connects to the water line. A thermostatic 
element expands and contracts with the temperature in the 
bonnet to admit more or less water to the evaporating reser- 
voir. Humidifier is placed in bonnet directly above the heating 
element. The amount of water evaporated by this humidifier 
is determined by temperature in bonnet. This humidifier 
has a manual adjustment to vary flow of water into reservoir 
and is equipped with an overflow pipe to carry away any excess 
of water that is not absorbed by the air. 




Drip Humidifier. 








I\o. T- 105-1 /Vo. V-15 

iVo. T-IJ-I Night and Day Gas Valve 

Plain Thermostat Electric Clock Thermostat 



/Vo. V-16 
Gas Valve. 



Switch Pilot 
/Vo. C-89 Pilotstatic Pilot 



SUNBEAM 



GAS FIRED FURNACES 



B. T. U. RATINGS 



Heater 
Number 



A. G. A. 
Input 
Rating 
B. T. U. Per Hr. 



A. G. A. 
B. T. U. Output per 
Hour at Bonnet 
A. G. A. Maximum Allowance 



Net Available 
B. T. U. per Hour 
at Warm Air 
Registers 



0-2 
0-3 
0-4 
0-5 



80,000 
120,000 
160,000 
200,000 



60,000 
90,000 
120,000 
150,000 



51,000 
76,500 
102,000 
127,500 



SQUARE INCH RATINGS 





SQUARE INCHES OF 






SQUARE INCHES OF 






BASEMENT PIPE AREA 






BASEMENT PIPE AREA 




Heater 


First 


Second 




Heater 


First 


Second 




Number 


Floor 


Floor 


Total 


Number 


Floor 


Floor 


Total 


0-2 


460 





460 


0-4 


919 





919 




385 


50 


435 




806 


75 


881 




310 


100 


410 




693 


150 


843 




234 


150 


384 




580 


225 


805 




159 


200 


359 




467 


300 


767 




84 


250 


334 




355 


375 


730 







305 


305 




242 


450 


692 












129 


525 


654 












0-3 


689 





689 







605 


605 




599 


60 


659 






















508 


120 


628 


0-5 


1149 





1149 




418 


180 


598 




1036 


75 


1111 




328 


240 


568 




923 


150 


1073 




238 


300 


538 




810 


225 


1035 




147 


360 


507 




697 


300 


997 




57 


420 


477 




585 


375 


960 







458 


458 




472 
359 
246 
133 



450 
525 
600 
675 
763 


922 
884 
846 
808 
763 



SPECIFICATIONS AND DIMENSIONS 





Size Gas 






Approx. Distance 


DIMENSIONS IN 


INCHES 


Approximate 


Heater 


Supply 


Number 


Diameter Flue 


from floor to Center of 








Shipping 


Number 


Tapping 


Burners 


Outlet 


Flue Outlet Manifold 








Weight 




Inches 




Manifold 




♦Width 


*Depth 


Height 


in Pounds 


0-2 


H 


2 


6" 


52}^" 


30M 


41 Ji 


57 


615 


0-3 


% 


3 


6" 


52^" 


43J4 


*m 


57 


960 


0-4 


l 


4 


7" 


53%" 


55M 




57 


1320 


0-5 


l 


5 


8" 


53^" 


68M 




57 


1690 



* Includes width of angle iron base. 



G-11—15M—5-37 



Printed in U. S. A. 



UNBEAM 

£j&ii&S B 

GAS FIRED 
FURNACE 





Th is illustra tion shows the B-120 
model with an input of 120,000 
Btu per hour. All casings are 
attractively finished in green and 
black crystalline, baked enamel. 





A DIVISION OF 



M E R I C A N 



R ADI AT 



\ N r TANDAR 
OR ^ ^ANITAR 





SUPERIOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION PROVIDE 
THE SUNBEAM WITH MANY DESIRARLE FEATURES 




A FEW OF THE CONSTRUCTION FEATURES 

6 



I 

2 



The efficient, seamless heating element con- 
structed of heavy heat resisting steel. 

The radiator, also welded into a seamless unit, 
which provides long fire travel and additional 
heating surface. 

Location of Baffle in radiator, which separates 
upper and lower section of radiator and forces 
the hot products of combustion to pass through 
the radiator twice before reaching the flue. 
Small bypa:s openings are spaced at freqjent 
intervals so as to sweep the bottom of the 
radiator with hot gases, thus preventing conden- 
sation from forming. This is another exclusive 
Sunbeam feature. 

The Burner Box Section of Furnace constructed 
of heavy-weight heat resisting steel. Easily 
accessible at all times for burner inspection. 

U channel at bottom of casing provides firm, 
rigid base for the casing. Reduces installation 
time and cost. 



Large vertical outlet from heating element to 
radiator, where products of combustion enter 
the upper section of radiator. 

7 Heating element and radiator are both centered 
in the casing to provide uniform temperature in 
all ducts connected to the furnace. 

8 Special design of radiator and heating element 
give these sections maximum stiffness. No ob- 
jectionable noise can result from the expansion 
and contraction of this furnace. 

9 Black metal lining of casing. Is spaced one inch 
inside of casing and minimizes heat losses into 
the basement. Liner is provided with horizontal 
and vertical stiffening beads, and is securely at- 
tached to the casing, so that it will not rattle or 
cause noise under any conditions. 

I Vent Pipe through which products of com- 

' bustion leave radiator after the maximum of heat 

has been extracted by the furnace. Vertical 
baffles in the radiator prevent loss of heat by 
permitting only the cooled gases at the bottom 
to pass out the vent pipe. 



Sunbeam. It pre-heats the gas in the burner mani- 
fold, and also the air supply before it is admitted to 
f d M * W n Wf the burner. Thus, in this advanced heating plant, 

expert designers have drawn on their ingenuity and 
,™ mp m mr |i w m mT experience to increase combustion efficiency by 

I It ilf liL i% ™ II utilizing heat that is ordinarily wasted. 

THOROUGH 
ABSORPTION 
OF HEAT 

• The illustration opposite shows how the products of 
combustion rise from the burner to the top of the 
heating element. They next pass through a large 
outlet at the rear, into the upper section of the radia- 
tor. From this point they divide and are drawn to the 
front of the radiator where another opening admits 
them to the bottom section of the radiator from 
whence they finally pass into the vent at the rear. 
Baffles located in the radiator on each side of the 
vent pipe divert the gases downward after the heat 
has been extracted and before the products of com- 
bustion can escape to the chimney; thus, there is no 
loss of useful heat from the radiator. All products 
of combustion are retained in the radiator until their 
useful heat is extracted and only the coldest gases 
are drawn out from the bottom of the radiator. 

• Heat, which is generally lost by radiation through 
the bottom of ordinary furnaces, is utilized in the 

ADVANCED TYPE OF BURNER FURTHER 
REDUCES GAS CONSUMPTION 




• As mentioned on page 2, this advanced type of 
burner develops approximately 1 0% greater capacity 
than its standard rating, when the burner manifold is 
cold. For example, the Series B-1 20 Unit for the first 
30 to 45 minutes after it is lighted, liberates approxi- 
mately 1 35,000 Btu. Thus, the B Series Sunbeam has 
oversize capacity just at the time when you want it 
. . . during the first half hour that it is in operation. 
The home or building 
consequently is warmed 
in a shorter period than 
with the ordinary fur- 
nace. 

• With this type of 
burner a large volume 
of gas is burned in small 
quantities in several in- 
dividual burner heads. 
Each individual burner 




A battery of 15 burners such as is used with Sunbeam No. B- 150 



is complete and independent, has its own separate 
mixer and spud, draws its individual supply of gas 
and air, and mixes the combination for the most satis* 
factory combustion at the burner head. These burners 
are set at the factory and require no further adjust- 
ment from either a heating engineer or the user. Air 
shutters, which usually become clogged with lint or 
dust, reducing the supply of air to the burner with a 

consequent reduction 
in efficiency, are NOT 
used in this burner. 

• Burners are unfailing- 
ly ignited by a blue 
flame pilot, equipped 
with a brass pilot head 
and a brass air mixer 
located outside of the 
heat zone. The pilot 
head will not corrode, 
or be clogged by car- 
bon deposits. 




OISELESS OPERATION 
AS -TIGHT CONSTRUCT 



AND 
ION 



• All joints in the Sunbeam heating element and 
radiator are welded with the result that this furnace is 
a seamless unit from which no gas, soot or dust can 
escape into the circulating 

air and enter the living quar- 
ters of the home. Safety 
and clean heating are as- 
sured by this construction. 

• Furnace noises occur in 
the ordinary heating plant 
when cold metal is heated, 
and expands — and when 
hot metal cools, and con- 
tracts. In designing the B- 
Series Furnaces, Sunbeam 




engineers, familiar with this annoying condition, re- 
inforced, and designed heating element, radiator 
and casings so that noise-free operation can be ex- 
pected in Sunbeam heated 
homes and buildings. 

• Casings will not vibrate 
or rattle even when a 
blower is connected to the 
furnace. An overlap design 
which is incorporated in 
all edges of the casing 
draw the substantially built 
casings remarkably air-tight, 
whether the air is circulated 
under pressure or by gravity. 



EQUIPMENT and ACCESSORIES 



• All Sunbeam Gas Fired Furnaces have as standard 
equipment the following: gas pressure regulator; 
main shut-off valve; pilot valve,- and 3 pipe nipples 
of required size. Any type of automatic or manual 
control equipment for regulating the operation of the 
furnace can be used that the home owner may prefer. 



• Automatic Humidifiers, for those who desire this 
feature, and electrically driven blowers, where air 
delivery under pressure is necessary or advisable, can 
also be furnished for use with these better heating 
plants. 



• Series "B" furnaces can be equipped with electric safety pilots. 
The use of safety pilots and thermostatic controls is recommended. 

SUNBEAM 

GAS FIRED FURNACES 



ADVANCED • MORE ECONOMICAL • LONGER-LIVED 



rHE sunbeam Qas Fired furnace Series "B" 



• All of the qualities which you would expect to find in a heating plant sponsored by 
the world's largest makers of heating equipment, have been incorporated in the new Sun- 
beam Gas Fired Furnaces, Series B. 

• Great heating capacity? This capacity has been built into the Sunbeam by expert 
designers and engineers. In fact, they have drawn on their wealth of experience and 
resources to create a furnace that develops more than 10 per cent extra capacity whenever 
the fire is started — whenever the home or building is cold — whenever heat is needed 
in a hurry! 

• More economical? The design of the burner and the furnace combine to extract 
from the gas that is burned, the greatest possible number of heat units. Every dollar spent 
for fuel returns a dollar's worth of heating where the heat is wanted and needed. And 
Sunbeam Controls will shut off the gas, or turn it lower — either automatically or at the 
snap of a switch — whenever little or no heat is required. You cannot waste gas, and 
consequently money, with this better warm air furnace. 

• Longer-Lived? Heavier construction, the finest materials available, correct proportions 
and the exact correlation of all parts assure the long life of these furnaces . . . and much 
more! They reduce — practically eliminate — the need for servicing, and make bother- 
some and annoying repairs and adjustments a rare occurrence. 

• Quietness of operation has been attained in this heating equipment to a degree that 
was considered impossible in the past. No sound should ever reveal the presence of a 
Sunbeam Series B Furnace in any home or building, 

• And finally, Sunbeam Series B Furnaces are fully guaranteed against any defects in 
material and workmanship. 

• On the inside pages, you will find the Sunbeam principle of long heat travel and the 
advanced type of burner illustrated and described in detail. Capacities, dimensions and 
other data on the 9 sizes of Furnaces are listed on the back page. 

THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY 

a division of 

a merican s tandard 
radiator January 
corporation 

1123 HARRISON STREET • SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



SUNBEAM 

Qas Fired Furnace series «b" 

DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITIES 



Frc. 
No. 


BTU 
Input 
Per Hr. 


Maximum 
BTU Out- 
put of 
Bonnet 
Per Hr. 


Approx. 
Warm Air 

Pipe 
Capacity 


Vent 
Pipe 
Size 


Gas 
Pipe 
Size 


Casings 
Less Diverter 


Heating Element 


Shipping 

Weight 

Approx. 


Width 
Front 


Depth 
Sides 


Heighth 
Above 
Floor 


Width 
Front 


Depth 
Sides 


Heighth 
W/Pitch 
Top 


60B 


60,000 


48,000 


300 


4" 


W' 


30 


30 


55 


23 


23 


39^ 


230 


80B 


80,000 


64,000 


400 


4" 


H" 


30 


30 


55 


23 


23 


39J^ 


240 


100B 


100,000 


80,000 


500 


5" 




35 


35 


58 


28 


28 


43H 


310 


120B 


120,000 


96,000 


600 


5" 


H" 


35 


35 


58 


28 


28 


43H 


325 


150B 


1 50,000 


1 20,000 


750 


6" 


1" 


36M 


43V 2 


58 


28 


35 


43H 


425 


*1 80B 


1 80,000 


144,000 


900 


6" 


1" 


41 Mi 


54H 


58 


32 


45 


43V 2 


525 


*240B 


240,000 


192,000 


1,200 


2-5" 


W 


70 


35 


50 


56 


28 


4V/o 


650 


*300B 


300,000 


240,000 


1,500 


2-6" 


1H" 


723^ 


43^2 


50 


56 


35 


43V 2 


850 


*360B 


360,000 


288,000 


1,800 


2-6" 


Mi" 


83 


54V 2 


50 


64 


45 


4VA 


1050 



"Opening clearance required: 180B-30", 240B-29 
NOTE: 240B, 300B, 360B furnished with flat tops 



", 300B=29", 360B=30". 
only. 



• When ordering specify — kind of gas (nat- 
ural or manufactured) — heating value and 
specific gravity. 

• Warm air pipe capacity is based on standard 
practice. Maximum BTU output at bonnet is based 
on tests conducted in our own laboratory. 

• To determine the actual pipe capacity, apply the 
following rules. If all runs are to first floor, multiply 
the BTU output by .80 (this a Hows for a 20% loss 
between the bonnet and the registers) and divide by 
110; the result is the pipe capacity if all runs are to 
the first floor. For a two-story house where the heat 
loss is about equally divided between the first and 
second floors, multiply by .80 and divide by 1 36. 
Where all runs are to a second floor, multiply by .80 
and divide by 1 66. 

• Reduce the BTU input from 3 to 5% for each 
1000 feet of elevation above sea level at the point 
of installation. 



• The maximum BTU output at the bonnet per hour is 
about 6 to 10% higher when furnace is installed 
with a blower. 

• If the furnace is located some distance from the 
meter, increase the gas line one or two sizes as neces- 
sary to carry full pressure to the furnace regulator. 

• The heating element of the 180-B and 360-B 
is shipped knocked down. 

• The letter "B M is a designation of a model and 
not of quality. The series "B" furnaces are made of 
the very finest of materials. 

• All dimensions and weights are approximate. 

• It is good practice to over-size a furnace 20% for 
the job to allow for fluctuations in gas pressure and 
other exigencies. 



S. F. 1. 15,000 5-37 



Printed in U. S. A. 



GAS FLOOR FURNACES 





Interior view of the No. 470 F. C. showing steel 
heating element, inner lining, galvanized steel 
casing, lighting hole cover, down draft diverter 
and attractive cast iron grille. 



In this top view of Series F. C. the center sec- 
tion of the sturdy, two piece, cast iron grille is 
removed to show heating element and inner liner 
which is bolted to immovable section of grille. 



HEAT AND HEALTH, COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE 

With Low First Cost and Low Operating Cost 



A home or building with or without a basement 
can enjoy the benefits of warm, circulating air — 
furnace heating with the Sunbeam Floor Furn- 
ace. As long as the heating plant is under fire, 
warm, balmy, stimulating air circulates through 
the attractively finished cast iron grille to every 
corner of every room. Solid comfort and excellent 
health are enjoyed in the home that is Sunbeam- 
heated. 

This heating plant is so inconspicuous, and 
makes so few demands for attention that you 
hardly know that it is a part of the household 
equipment. The snap of a switch or the turn of a 
key is the maximum attention that it requires. 



With Thermostatic control no attention whatever 
is required and your home is always most eco- 
nomically heated to just the right temperature — 
any temperature you desire. Its low first cost and 
low operating cost result from the experience and 
skill and ingenuity of its designers, and the facili- 
ties of its producers, the world's largest makers of 
heating equipment. 

The Sunbeam Series F. C. Floor Furnace is 
made in five sizes— 20,000 ; 27,500; 37,000; 47,000; 
and 60,000 B.T.U. input per hour. 

On the following page the superiorities and 
construction features of this better heating plant 
are illustrated and explained. 



HE FOX FURNACE CONPAN 

A DIVISION OF 

AMERICAN RADIATOR AND STANDARD SANITARY CORPORATION 

1123 HARRISON STREET - - SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



SUNBEAM GAS FLOOR FURNACES 



In the Sunbeam Series F. C. Floor Furnace is 
combined all the excellent qualities that you 
would expect to find in a heating plant for the 
finest of homes, and many superiorities which 
result in longer life and lower operating cost. 

The Sunbeam Floor Furnace is a warm air 
system which circulates healthful, pleasant 
atmosphere uniformly throughout the home. 
Air from the floor is drawn into the unit, between 
the inner liner and outer galvanized casing. It is 



then passed into the heating section, is warmed 
and delivered back to the living rooms. 

The aluminum treated iron inner lining con- 
fines the warmed air to the heating chamber 
thus providing efficient air circulation. 

The cast iron grille is made in two sections. It 
has the two desirable qualities of strength and 
attractive appearance to a degree found in no 
other type of grille. 




THE HEATING ELEMENT 

In the Sunbeam heating element, long life is assured by the use of 
heavy, heat-resisting steel. Permanently gas-tight construction results 
from the fact that all joints are welded. There are no seams, cracks or 
other openings through which gas, fumes, or soot can gain entrance 
into the living quarters. High efficiency and capacity have been ob- 
tained by ingenious designers who have incorporated a large amount 
of heating surface and long fire travel in this heating element. And 
this money-saving feature is obtained without the installation of 
baffles inside of the heating element. In this heating element expan- 
sion and contraction take place silently because of the heavy "ribs" 
or elevations which are pressed into the heavy steel plates. 



The durable, leakproof heating 
element of the Sunbeam No. 470 
F. C. Furnace. 

The Sunbeam has extra capacity when you need it — dur- 
ing the first thirty minutes of operation— because this ad- 
vanced type of burner developes approximately 10% greater 
capacity than its standard rating when burner and mani- 
fold are cold. Each burner head operates independently, 
drawing its own supply of gas and air and mixing the proper 
proportion for economical and efficient combustion. 

An umbrella- type pilot is standard equipment on this 
Sunbeam Series. Safety pilot is optional. 

A draft diverter over the vent connection protects the 
burner from down -drafts. Uniform gas pressure is assured 
by a low-pressure regulator at the gas supply connection. 



BURNER 




The battery of 7 burner heads used with the Series 370 F. C. 
furnace and Safety Pilot an optional feature is shown in this 
illustration. 



OPTIONAL CONTROL EQUIPMENT — ALL SIZES 

THERMOSTATIC CONTROL, A thermostat will maintain 
the temperature you desire by automatically opening and 
closing the gas valve according to heat requirements. 



MANUAL OR KEY CONTROL. With manual control the gas 
pilot is lighted at the start of the heating season or when de- 
sired. The main burner is then turned on or off — high, low or 
any intermediate stage by a loose key at the face of the grille. 
ELECTRIC CONTROL. With this type of control a switch is 
placed at a convenient location. This switch has two signal 
lights indicating the operating position of the electric valve. 
Two rates of burner capacity can be obtained by turning the 
switch button — high and low flame, both adjustable. 



SAFETY PILOT which automatically cuts off gas supply in 
case the pilot light is extinguished. 

ELECTRIC SPARK LIGHTER which automatically ignites 
the pilot when the gas valve is opened. 



F. C. FLOOR FURNACE SPECIFICATIONS 



Frc. 
No. 


AGABtu 

Input 
Per Hr. 


AGABtu 
Output 
Per Hr. 


Approx. 
Shipping 


Approx. Heating 
Capacity in Cu. 
Ft. of Space 


Outside 
Grille 
Dimension 


Frc. C 
Dime 

Width 


Casings 
nsions 

Length 


Overall 
Depth 
Including 
Burners 


Gas 
Supply 
Pipe 


Dia. 
Vent 
Outlet 


Bottom 
Grille 
to Top 
of Vent 


Weight 


35° 


Zero 


200-FC 


20,000 


14,000 


100 


6,000 


3,000 


16^"xl7J4" 


14" 


15" 


35" 


1/" 

72 


3" 


18" 


275-FC 


27,500 


19,250 


130 


7,000 


3,500 


16^"x26)^" 


14" 


24" 


35" 


l2* 


3" 


18" 


370-FC 


37,000 


25,900 


170 


9,000 


4,500 


17M"x32^" 


16." 


30" 


35" 


W 


4" 


18" 


470-FC 


47,000 


32,900 


180 


11,000 


5,500 


20" x32!^" 


17H* 


30" 


35" 


W 


4" 


18" 


600-FC 


60,000 


42,000 


200 


14,000 


7,000 


24" x32^" 


%\W 


30" 


35" 




5" 


18" 



NOTE: Input and output ratings are in accordance with ratings published by the American Gas Association testing laboratories. 





GAS FLOOR 
FURNACES 



Healthful comfort 
at low cost 



Enjoy in your home or larger building the benefits 
of warm circulating air by installing a Sunbeam Gas 
Fired Floor Furnace. 

When you have this heating plant in operation you 
can almost forget about it so silently and satisfactorily 
does it operate and so few demands does it make for 
attention. Snap a switch — or turn a key — that is all 
it requires. Or — better yet — with thermostatic con- 
trols no attention whatever is required. Comfortable 
heat is economically supplied automatically. 

The Sunbeam Floor Furnace is a complete floor 
furnace, gas fired gravity type. It is installed in a floor 
opening and requires no pipes. 

One furnace is sufficient for smaller buildings. In 
large stores, churches, etc., two or more may be re- 
quired for proper heating and circulating of air, 




Cutaway view of the No. 50 F. S. showing 
the galvanized steel casing, the inner lining, 
the heating element, the floor grille and the 
cleanout cover. 



The Sunbeam Series F. S. Floor Furnace is 
made in six sizes 20,000, 30,000, 40,000, 50,000, 
60,000 and 80,000 BTU input per hour. 

On the next page the superiorities and construction 
features of this better floor furnace are illustrated and 
explained. 

See your Sunbeam dealer tor further information. 

THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY 



A DIVISION of 



MERIC AN 



STANDARD 



■ CORPORATION 



[RADIATOR WAN I T ARY 
1123 HARRISON STREET - SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



SUN BE Air I 

GAS FLOOR 
FURNACESJ 



CONSTRUCTION AND 
OPERATION ^ 

The outer casing of the Sunbeam Floor Furnace is made ot galvanized 
steel. The floor grille is of fabricated steel construction finished in attractive 
dull brass. Through the center area of the grille the warm air is discharged 
into the room. Through the outer section of the grille is drawn the cold air 
supply which passes downward between the casing and the inner lining, 
is heated and returned to the room. 

The inner lining is of aluminum treated iron. It prevents heat radiated by 
the heating element from escaping to the return air compartment. This 
assures efficient recirculation of air. 



BURNER 



This advanced type of burner develops approximately 10% 
greater capacity than its standard - rating when the burner and 
manifold are cold. Thus the Sunbeam has oversize capacity 
when you need it . . . during the first half hour of operation. 
Each of the individual burner-heads draws its own supply of air 
and gas and mixes the proper combination for efficient combustion. 

The umbrella-type pilot used with this burner automatic- 
ally ignites the gas when the burner gas-valve is opened. A 
safety pilot is optional. 

The burner is protected from down-drafts by the draft diverter 
which covers the vent connection. A low-pressure gas regulator 
maintains uniform gas pressure despite line fluctuations. 




The F. S. Series furnaces are equipped 'with safety pilot — 
an optional feature 



HEATING ELEMENT 

The Sunbeam heating element, through its superior design and 
materials, offers features that you expect in a heating plant for 
the finest of homes. Long life 
is assured through the use of 
heavy, heat resisting steel. All 
joints are welded so that the 
element is permanently sealed 
against the escape of fumes or 
soot. Ingenious design provides 
a large heating surface and long 
fire travel. This assures thor- 
ough combustion and helps 
reduce fuel bills. The combus- 
tion chamber is so designed that 
no flame touches the metal; 
damage, which results when the 
flame burns directly against the 
metal, is avoided in this heat- 
ing plant. Scientific construc- 
tion allows contraction and ex- 
pansion to take place without The Gas-tight, long lived heating 
buckling noises. element of the No. 50 F. 5. 




OPTIONAL CONTROL EQUIPMENT— ALL SIZES 



MANUAL OR KEY CONTROL. With manual control the gas pilot is lighted 
at the start of the heating season or when desired. The main burner is then 
turned on or off — high, low or any intermediate stage by a loose key at the face 
of the grille. 

ELECTRIC CONTROL. With this type of control a switch is placed at a 
convenient location. This switch has two signal lights indicating the operat- 
ing position of the electric valve. Two rates of burner capacity can be obtained 
by turning the switch button — high and low flame, both adjustable. 



THERMOSTATIC CONTROL. A thermostat will maintain the temperature 
you desire by automatically opening and closing the gas valve according to heat 
requirements. 

SAFETY PILOT which automatically cuts off gas supply in case the pilot 
light is extinguished. 

ELECTRIC SPARK LIGHTER which automatically ignites the pilot when 
the gas valve is opened. 



Krc. 
No. 



20-FS 
30-FS 
40-FS 
50-FS 
60-FS 
80-FS 



AGA Btu 
Input 
Per Hr. 



20,000 
30 , 000 
40,000 
50,000 
60 T 000 
80,000 



AGA Btu 
Output 
Per Hr. 



14,000 
21,000 
28,000 
35,000 
42,000 
56,000 



Approx. 

Shipping 
Weight 
In Lbs. 



85 
120 
160 
175 
190 
220 



Approx. Heating 
Capacity In Cu. 
Ft. Of Space 



35° 



6,000 
8,000 
10,000 
12,000 
14,000 
18,000 



Zero 



3,000 
4,000 
5,000 
6,000 
7,000 
9,000 



Outside 
Dimension 
Of Grille 

(Inches) 



163^x17 
163^x26^ 

2QV 8 x32J4 

23%x32}i 
2Sy s x32H 



Frc. Casings 
Dimensions 



Width 
(Inches) 



16 

2VA 
26V 2 



Length 
(Inches) 



30K 



Overall 
Depth 
Including 
Burners 
(Inches) 



35 
35 
35 
35 

35 
35 



Gas 
Supply 
Pipe" 



W 

W 
"A" 

w 
w 



Diameter 
Of Vent 
Outlet 



3" 
3" 
4" 
5* 
5" 
5" 



Bottom of 
Grille To 

Top Of 
Vent 



17" 
17" 
17" 
17" 
17" 
17" 



NOTE: Safety pilot standard equipment on 80-F. S. only. Optional on other sizes. Safety pilot is integral part of 
the gas manifold of burner and cannot be ordered separately. 

NOTE: Input and output ratings are in accordance with ratings established by the American Gas Association test- 
ing laboratories. 

NOTE: 80-FS, if used with natural gas, can be supplied with supply pipe and valve. 

If used with manufactured gas of 550 B. t. u. or less, use W supply pipe and valve. 



Printed in U. S. A. 






WALL REGISTER FURNACES 




Series S.R. The register box is inserted into an opening in the side wall and 
connected to a standard baseboard register, 



Series D.R. The register box of this furnace is placed in the partition and 
supplies heat through two registers, one on each side of the partition. 




• • • • jn^ 



or the home you own 
or the home you buy 



Series S.R. O. — For installation in exist- 
ing homes. The register and register 
box are so designed that it is not 
necessary to cut into the plastered wall. 



To the excellence of Sunbeam Gas Floor Furnaces is added a new feature of great advantage to 
the home owner— wall registers. It is no longer necessary to provide a space in the floor for your 
heating unit. These new furnaces are installed in the floor below a partition and a register or 
registers, installed in the baseboard. This feature saves space, particularly in small rooms or hall- 
ways, and avoids altering rugs and carpeting which otherwise would cover a floor register, 
These Sunbeam Units are complete gravity type furnaces which supply circulating warmth, con- 
tinuously or intermittently as you desire. The Series S.R. and S.R.O. are designed for heating 
single rooms in residences or small buildings. The Series D.R, is equipped with two registers and 
heats two adjoining rooms. 

Details of operation and construction of these furnaces are given on the reverse side of this circular. 
Your Sunbeam dealer will be glad to give you further information. 

THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY 



A DIVISION OF 



A 



ME R 1 CAN 
RADIATOR 



S TANDARD 
ANITARY 



CORPORATION 



1123 HARRISON STREET • SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 




LL REGISTER FURNACES 



CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION 

Sunbeam Wall Register Furnaces are encased in 
galvanized steel. Cool air is drawn off the 
floors through the fabricated steel cold air grille 
installed in the floor below the registers. The 
air passes around the heating element/ is warmed 
and returned to the rooms through side wall 
registers. These registers are built of fabricated 
steel and provide an unusually large free air area. 
Warm air riser pipe can be taken off top of reg- 
ister box for heating one or two rooms on second 
floor. 

HEATING ELEMENT 

The excellent design of the Sunbeam heating 
element combined with the heavy, heat resisting 
steel used in its construction assures the long life 
of the furnace and the lasting satisfaction of the 
owner. Welded joints, permanently leak-proof; 
large heating surface and long fire travel; "fin- 
type" radiation chambers; no impingement of 
flame on the sidewalls; protection against ex- 
pansion and contraction strains — these are some 
of the features that constitute the superiority of 
the Sunbeam. 

BURNER 

burner consists of a number of 
Each draws an individual supply 
of air and gas and mixes the proper combination 
for efficient combustion. The blue flame um- 
brella-type pilot used with this burner instantly 
ignites the gas when the gas valve is opened. 
The burner is protected from down drafts by a 

SERIES S. R. SIZES 

SINGLE WALL REGISTER 



draft diverter which covers the vent connection. 
Constant fuel pressure is maintained by the low 
pressure gas regulator. 




The Sunbeam 
burner heads 



OPTIONAL CONTROL EQUIPMENT 

-All Sizes 

Manual or Key Control. With manual control the 
gas pilot is lighted at the start of the heating sea- 
son or when desired. The main burner is then 
turned on or off— high, low or any intermediate 
stage by a loose key at the face of the grille. 
Electric Control. With this type of control a 
switch is placed at a convenient location. This 
switch has two signal lights indicating the operat- 
ing position of the electric valve. Two rates of bur- 
ner capacity can be obtained by pressing the switch 
button — high and low flame, both adjustable. 
Thermostatic Control. A thermostat will maintain 
the temperature you desire by automatically open- 
ing and closing the gas valve according to heat 
requirements. 

Safety Pilot which automatically cuts off gas 
supply in case the pilot light is extinguished. 
Electric Spark Lighter which automatically ignites 
the pilot when the gas valve is opened. 

AND CAPACITIES 

FURNACES, MODEL S.R. 



Furnace 
Number 


RATINGS 
B.T.U. per Hour 


*Size Floor 
Opening 
Required 


Overall 
Cold Air 
Floor 
Grille 
Size 


Size Wall 
Opening 
Required 
(W) (H) 


Wall 
Registers 
Size 


Overall 
Furnace 
Depth 


Gas 
Conn. 
Diam 


Vent 
Conn. 
Diam. 


Approx. 
Shipping 
Weights 
(Crated) 

120 
160 
185 
195 


Input 


Output 


20 SR 
30 SR 
40 SR 
50 SR 


20,000 
30,000 
40,000 
50,000 


14,000 
21,000 
28,000 
35,000 


15M'VHM" 
24MVI4M" 
30MVI6" 
30^"x18^" 


8" xMW 
8V 2 "x26H" 
12M"x32M" 


14M"x12^" 

23MVI2M" 
23KVI2M" 


(1)10"x13" 
(1)10"x22" 
(1)10"x22" 
(1)10"x22" 


35" 
35" 
35" 
35" 


yr 

y." 

y." 


3" 
3" 
4" 
5" 


SINGLE WALL REGISTER FURNACES FOR OLD HOUSE INSTALLATION, MODEL S.R.O. 


20 SRO 
30 SRO 
40 SRO 
50 SRO 


20,000 
30,000 
40,000 
50,000 


14,000 
21,000 
28,000 
35,000 


15KVUM" 

24MV14M" 
30MV16" 

3GM"x18M" 


(1) 8" x17M" 
(1) 8^"x26M" 
0)16%"x32M" 
(1)18M"x32K" 


No Wall 
Opening 
Required 


(1)10"x13" 
(1)10"x22" 
(1)10"x22" 
(1)10"x22" 


35" 
35" 
35" 
35" 


y 

y." 
y n 


3" 
3" 
4" 
5" 


120 
160 
185 
195 


SERIES D. R. SIZES AND CAPACITIES 

DOUBLE WALL REGISTER FURNACES, MODEL D.R. 


Furnace 
Number 


RATINGS 
B.T.U. per Hour 


*Size Floor 
Opening 
Required 


Overall 
Cold Air 
Floor 
Grille 
Size 


Size Wall 
Opening 
Required 

i (W) (H) 


Wall 
Registers 
Size 


Overall 
Furnace 
Depth 


Gas 
Conn. 
Diam. 


Vent 
Conn. 
Diam. 


Approx. 
Shipping 
Weights 
(Crated) 


Input 


Output 


20 DR 
30 DR 
40 DR 
50 DR 
60 DR 


20,000 
30,000 
40,000 
50,000 
60,000 


14,000 
21,000 
28,000 
35,000 
42,000 


1434"x15M"(2) 5^"x16^" 
14M"x24M"(2) 8" x163^" 
16" x30M"(2)11" x18" 
1834"x30M"(2)11" x20K" 
21%"x30^"(2)11" x24" 


14K"x12%" 
14M"x12M" 
15MVI5K" 
1534VI5M" 
19^"x15M" 


(2)1 0VI 3" 
(2)10 VI 3" 
(2)12"x14" 
(2)1 2 VI 4* 
(2)12"x18" 


35" 
35" 
35" 
35" 
35" 


y 
y 
w 
y 
y* 


3" 
3" 
4" 
5" 
5" 


120 
160 
185 
195 
225 



NOTE — Distance from bottom of grille to top of vent pipe— 17" on all sizes and models. 
*NOTE — Dimension parallel with wall is given first. 
NOTE — Input and output ratings are in accordance with ratings published by 
American Gas Association Testing Laboratories. 



S. F. 4.-9-37 




Printed in U. S. A. 



SUNBEAM 

GAS FURNACE 



A COORDINATED HEATING, 
CIRCULATING, VENTILATING 
and FILTERING UNIT 



THE SUNBEAM Forced Air Gas Furnace is a complete heating, 
circulating, ventilating and filtering Unit. It is equipped with 
a highly efficient gas-fired warm air heating element, coordi- 
nated blower unit, air filters and automatic controls — all encased 
in a compact steel cabinet finished in attractive two-tone Green 
Art Metal Enamel. 

This Unit is quiet and efficient in operation. The silent blower 
assures quick delivery of heat, healthful ventilation and air circu- 
lation. Because the air is delivered under pressure, stratification 
is prevented and drafts are eliminated. 

OPERATES 12 MONTHS OF THE YEAR 
HEATS IN WINTER Ventilate* i* Summed 

• The Sunbeam Forced Air Unit is designed to supply comfortable, 
healthful atmosphere all year 'round. 

During the winter months, the blower circulates filtered warm 
air, of the temperature desired, to every corner of every room. 

The furnace and ducts cannot overheat as an independent modu- 
lating thermostat limits the amount of heat which can be gener- 
ated. Even when registers are partially or entirely closed, a safe, 
uniform temperature is maintained in the system. The burner, 
controlled by a room thermostat, is constantly regulated to supply 
actual heat requirements. This automatic control assures economi- 
cal burning of fuel. 

When the heating season is past, the Sunbeam can be operated as 
a cooling, ventilating and filtering system. The blower speed can 
be increased by a variable -speed pulley to provide approximate- 
ly 25 per cent greater air delivery. This increase in air circulation 
gives a desirable cooling effect and provides healthful ventilation. 
Through an "outside" air duct, cool night air can be drawn 
into the system. This will reduce the house temperature to that 
of outdoors in a short period. Air Filters continue to remove dust, 
bacteria and other foreign matter. 

Suitable for practically all types 
of buildings 

• The rapid delivery of a large volume of warm air makes the Sun- 
beam Forced Air Furnace suitable for homes, schools, churches 
and small commercial buildings. The forced air principle employed 
in this unit increases its efficiency, and results in a larger volume 
of heating capacity than provided by a gravity furnace burning the 
same amount of fuel. The air can be discharged from the top or 
bottom of the unit. When desired, a special top, which is equipped 
with adjustable louvers, and which eliminates the need for ducts, 
can be furnished. 




Sunbeam Series T Forced Air Gas Furnace 



No Basement Required 

• Any convenient first or second floor location 
(kitchen, service porch or unused hall space) can be 
used for this furnace ; no basement is required. The 
unit can be connected, by ducts, to warm air regis- 
ters in the rooms. The powerful blower assures posi- 
tive delivery of warm, filtered air to every corner of 
every room. 



Easy to Install 



• These units are very simple to install as they are 
shipped completely assembled. The control box (see 
description on last page) is completely wired. It is 
only necessary to connect the gas line and room 
thermostat, plug in the electric cord, as you would 
with a radio or washing machine, and the Unit is 
ready to operate. 

The Sunbeam Forced Air Furnace is available in 
two models ; the Series T for use with warm air and 
return air ducts, and the Series TL which is a Floor 
Type Unit and requires no ducts. 



THE FOX FURNACE COMPA 



NT 



A DIVISION OF AMERICAN 

1123 HARRISON STREET 



RADIATOR I 



STANDARD SANITARY CORPORATION 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



SUNBEAM fyoAced AiA GAS FURNAC 



The Modern Method of Heating and Ventilating 



• The Sunbeam Forced Air Furnace offers the 
latest scientific method of warming and circulat- 
ing the air within a building. 

The principle of forced circulation as applied 
to furnaces has become well recognized. A unit 
in which this principle is incorporated has higher 
efficiency, due to rapid heat delivery, and gives 



increased satisfaction through uniform distribu- 
tion of cozy warmth. 

Although there is a small extra cost for install- 
ing an air recirculating duct system, this cost is 
more than compensated for by the ideal indoor 
atmosphere resulting and by fuel savings which 
continue for the long life of the unit. 



Air Can Be Discharged From Top or Bottom of Unit 



• The standard Forced Air Unit is so designed 
that return air ducts running under the floor 
can be connected to the filter section in the lower 
side panels. Warm air is discharged from the top 
of the Unit and delivered through ducts in the 
attic to warm air registers located near the ceiling 
of the rooms. 

However, this Unit can be furnished, when 
desired, equipped to discharge warm air down- 
ward, and to deliver it through warm air ducts 



under the floor connected to conventional floor 
or baseboard registers, or through risers to wall 
registers located near the ceiling. 

It is not always practical to install filters in 
''down" discharge installations, because of the 
construction of the building or lack of space. 
Therefore filters are not furnished as standard 
equipment on Sunbeam Forced Air Furnaces 
when the "down" discharge model is used. 



INTERIOR VIEW OF SUNBEAM FORCED AIR FURNACE 




I CABINET, Heavy sheet steel. Finished in green 
J- crystalline enamel. Harmonizes in the most taste- 
fully decorated home. 

2 COMBINATION MODULATING AND LIMIT CON- 
TROL. Automatically adjusts gas flame to actual 
heat requirements and maintains air delivery at 
uniform temperature. When heat is required in all 
rooms the fuel supply is at maximum. If a register is 
closed, gas supply is proportionately decreased. 

3 GAS VALVE. Controlled by room thermostat. Gas is 
automatically turned on and off according to heat- 
ing requirements. 

4 LOW PRESSURE REGULATOR. Maintains con- 
stant gas pressure at burner, insuring dependable 
burner operation during fluctuations in main line 
pressure. 

p ELECTRICAL CONTROL PANEL. Transformer, 
^} fusetron, binding posts and relay are assembled on 
this panel and wired at the factory. 

6 BLOWER CONTROL. Eliminates delivery of cold air 
by preventing blower from operating until after 
furnace has reached a proper temperature. 

7 RADIATION SHIELD. Surrounds heating element 
and provides an insulating air space to keep outer 
cabinet cool. 

8 BLOWER. Centrifugal type, with forward curved 
blades. 

9 MOTOR. Long lived and quiet. Does not cause radio 
interference. 

AIR FILTERS. Efficiently extract foreign matter 
from the air stream. Only clean air free of lint, soot 
dust, dirt, and bacteria is circulated. Pollen which 
aggravates those suffering from hay fever and pollen 
asthma is also removed from the air. 



10 



UNBEAM tf-OSvced Aft, GAS FURNAC 



SERIES TL 
No Ducts Required 

% The Sunbeam Series TL Forced Air 
Furnace is designed to heat, filter and 
circulate the air in large open areas such 
as stores, shops, factories, lofts, halls and 
auditoriums, whose heating requirements 
are within the capacity of this heating 
plant. 

This Series does not require warm air or 
return air ducts. The Unit is converted 
into a Floor Type unit by means of a special 
top having adjustable louvers on three 
sides through which a constant supply 
of clean warm air is discharged directly 
into the room. The louvers can be adjusted 
to deliver at the proper angle the desired 
volume of air supply. 

This Unit is quiet in operation. There is 
no distracting noise to bother occupants 
of the building in which it is installed. 

Heating Element 

# The heating element of the Sunbeam 
Forced Air Furnace combines the two 
desirable features of highly efficient opera- 
tion and long life. 

A heavy cast iron burner housing entire- 
ly surrounds the combustion chamber 
where the temperature is highest, thus 
protecting the heating element from 
damage. 

The gases rise vertically through the 
round central section from the top of 
which they are discharged into the outer 
radiating section through three large rec- 
tangular collars. Vertical baffles in the 
radiator force all of the gases to pass uniformly over the heating surface 

are thoroughly utilized and fuel economy assured. This Unit is provided with a steel inner lining or 
radiation shield which keeps the air stream in close contact with the heating element and prevents 
radiated heat from reaching the outer cabinet. 





Sunbeam Series TL Forced Air Gas 
Furnace. This Series has a special top 
equipped with adjustable louvers 
through which warmed, filtered air is 
delivered directly into the room. 



View of heating element showing heavy- 
steel combustion chamber and radiator. 
Products of combustion pass from the top 
of the combustion chamber to the radiator 
through collars shown above. Long fire 
travel assures economical fuel consumption. 



The products o£ combustion 



BURNER 

% With the advanced type of burner used in this 
furnace, the gas is burned in small quantities in 
several individual burner heads. Each individual 
burner head is complete and independent, has its 
own separate mixer and spud, draws its individual 
supply of gas and air, and mixes the proper com- 
bination for maximum flame temperature and 
greatest fuel economy. Operates on artificial, 
natural, butane, propane or mixed gases. 

AIR FILTERS 

% The air filters with which this unit is equipped, 
have high cleaning efficiency and long life. They 
have an unusual capacity for holding lint, soot, 
dust, dirt, bacteria, pollen and other foreign 
matter. The bacteria extracting feature of these 
filters is an effective source of relief for those 
suffering from respiratory illnesses. 



BLOWER AND MOTOR 

% Blower and Motor are specially designed for 
use with furnaces. The blower is a Centrifugal, 
forward curved, multiblade pressure type, rigidly 
constructed. Rotor shaft bearings are insulated 
from housing by oil-resisting rubber mountings 
and quiet, self- aligning durable pillow blocks. 

This blower has a two speed pulley which, in 
addition to providing a proper speed for winter 
operation, can be adjusted to give approximately 
25 per cent increased air delivery for summer 
ventilation. 

Motors are designed for long service and silent 
operation. They do not cause radio interference. 
Rotor shaft and motor require lubrication 
approximately once a year in many installa- 
tions. 



SUNBEAM tf-OAced AiA, GAS FURNACE 



CONTROLS 



UNIFORM TEMPERATURE, economical and safe operation 
are assured by the use of the controls with which the Forced 
Air Furnace is equipped. 

SAFETY CONTROL — This instrument automatically shuts 
off gas supply to the main burner in case pilot flame is acci- 
dentally extinguished or gas service shut off temporarily. 

COMBINATION MODULATING AND LIMIT CONTROL — 
Maintains air delivery at uniform temperature. When heat 
is required in all rooms, the fuel supply is at maximum. When 
some of the registers are closed, the gas supply is auto- 
matically decreased in proportion. Thus, the gas flame is 
constantly adjusted to actual heat requirements auto- 



matically saving fuel, maintaining a safe, uniform air tem- 
perature at all times and positively preventing over- heating. 

THERMOSTAT CONTROL — for controlling both winter 
heating and summer cooling. Even room temperature 
throughout all outside temperature variations is maintained 
by means of a room thermostat. When temperature drops 
below the desired temperature, 70° for example, thermostat 
automatically turns on the gas burners. 

BLOWER CONTROL — permits blower to operate only when 
furnace is heated to proper temperature. This prevents 
delivery of cold air when heat is required. 



ELECTRICAL CONTROL PANEL 

• At the left is illustrated the electrical control panel with 
which the Sunbeam Forced Air Furnace is equipped. This 
assembly, which is located inside the front access door and 
below the gas manifold, includes transformer, fusetron, 
binding posts and relay completely installed and wired. Low 
voltage wiring — room thermostat and wall switch are on 
24- volt circuit — simplifies wiring. No conduit is required. 

fBLOWER- MOTOR C. F. M. AND R. P. M. SERIES T AND SERIES TL 




FURNACE 
NO. 


BLOWER 
WHEEL 


Pitch Diameter 
of Pulleys 


BLOWER 
R.P.M. 


FREE AIR no S.P.* 


y% S.P. 

In Duct System 


H" S.P. 

In Duct System 


Dia. 


Width 


Motor 


Blower 


C.F.M. 


BHP 


C.F.M. 


BHP 


C.F.M. 


BHP 


75-T&TL 


10" 


9" 




10 


560 
650 


862 
1000 


0.138 
0.155 


673 
842 


0.126 
0.146 


403 
647 


0.110 
0.134 


100-T&TL 


12" 


9" 


3 


10 

Ws 


453 
538 


1115 
1325 


0.1640 
0.209 


111 
1097 


0.1433 
0.199 


414 
811 


0.1211 
0.168 


125-T&TL 


12" 


15" 


2% 
3 


10 

Ws 


453 
538 


1453 
1725 


0.1867 
0.223 


1097 
1430 


0.1680 
0.205 


541 
1055 


0.1386 
0.183 


135-T&TL 


12" 


15" 


3 


10 

Ws 


453 
538 


1453 
1725 


1867 

0.223 


1097 
1430 


0.1680 
0.205 


541 
1055 


0.1386 
0.183 


150-T&TL 


MO" 


9" 


3M 


10 


560 
650 


1724 
2000 


0.200 
0.226 


1346 
1684 


0.176 
0.208 


806 
1294 


0.144 
0.184 


200-T&TL 


M2" 


9" 


3 


10 


453 
538 


2230 
2650 


0.2419 
0.323 


1554 
2194 


0.2005 
0.303 


828 
1622 


0.1561 
0.241 



fFirst line of specifications for each size applies to low speed blower operation ; second line to high speed operation. 
"Cubic feet of air delivery per minute at the top of the Series T unit without a duct system, or the amount delivered through 
the louvers of a Series TL unit. 

A Equipped with 2 Blowers of wheel diameter listed. 

NOTE: Always check static pressure and r.p.m. to make sure that the motor is large enough or that the static pressure or 
c.f.m. has not been incorrectly estimated. This is very important in protecting the motor against overload. 
Series T units are not recommended for installations where resistance exceeds J4" S.P. 

TABLE OF SIZES AND CAPACITIES 



Furnace 
Number 


Ratings 
B.T.U. Per Hr. 

(Note 1) 


C.F.M. 

Air 
Delivery 
at Bonnet 


BLOWER 
WHEEL 


DIMENSIONS (Inches) 


Air 
Filters 

(No.) 
Size 


Gas 
Conn, 
(Dia. 
Ins.) 


Min. 
Req. 
Flue 
Area 

(Sq. in.) 


Motor 
Size 
H.P. 


Furnace 
Overall 
W. x D. 


Furnace 
Height 
(Note 2) 


Height 
of Vent 

Conn. 
(Note 2) 


Warm 

Air 
Disch. 


Input 


Output 


Dia. 


Width 


75-T&TL 
100-T&TL 
125-T&TL 
135-T&TL 
150-T&TL 
200-T&TL 


75,000 
100,000 
125,000 
135,000 
150,000 
200,000 


56,250 
75,000 
93,750 
101,250 
112,500 
150,000 


1000 
1325 
1725 
1725 
2000 
2650 


10" 
12" 
12" 
12" 
M0" 
M2" 


9" 
9" 
15" 
15" 
9" 
9" 


22 x27 

23 x28 
25^x32 
25^x32 
43 x27 
45 x28 


62 
72 
79 
79 
62 
72 


76i 2 

8634 
92^ 
95J^ 
76^ 
8614 


18x18 
18x18 
20x20 
20x20 
39x18 
40x18 


(2) 16x20 
(2) 20x20 
(2) 20x20 

(2) 20x20 

(3) 16x20 
(3) 20x20 


% 
% 


12 
20 
20 
28 
28 
40 


H 
H 
H 
H 
H 
H 



A Equipped with 2 Blowers of wheel diameter listed. 

NOTE 1. Ratings are established by American Gas Association Testing Laboratories. 
NOTE 2. When adjustable Top Louvers are used add 934" to height. 



S. F. 6 11-37 





OVERHEAD HEATING UNITS 





SUNBEAM Series C B 
overhead heater. Recom- 
mended for offices and 
other buildings requiring 
quiet operation. 




SUNBEAM Series C.F. Overhead 
Heater, front view at right, for use 
in buildings where absolute quiet- 
ness is not essential. Above is 
illustrated the rear view of No. 75 
and No. 105 in which fan is con- 
nected directly to motor, At left 
is shown rear view of belt-driven 
No. 155 and No. 200. 




THE Sunbeam overhead units are complete and compact 
gas fired heaters, durably constructed and attractively 
finished in green art metal heat resisting enamel. They 
are designed for installation on walls, ceilings, rafters or 
truss work of commercial and industrial establishments and 
other buildings. They require no floor space, yet are in a 
position to operate dependably and efficiently. 

Partially cooled air is drawn into the unit by a propeller fan 
(Series C.F.) or centrifugal blower (Series C.B.), passed 
through the heating element and out the face of the unit 
through adjustable louvers. This process is frequently 
repeated and results in a constant circulation and even dis- 
tribution of warm air. 



The direction in which the warm air fl 



air Hows from 



the unit is 



easily regulated by means of chains attached to the adjustable 
louvers. By changing the position of the louvers the air can 
be discharged at any desired angle; to the floor, from which 
it moves in all directions, where it mixes with the cooler air 
and raises the temperature of the entire space. 

See reverse side of this circular for construction features, 
sizes and capacities. Your Sunbeam dealer will be glad to 
give you further details. 

THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY 

A DIVISION of J\ j 



MERI CAN STANDARD 



CORPORATION 



. radiator January 
1123 HARRISON STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



THE HEATING ELEMENT 

The Sunbeam heating element consists of a cast iron combustion chamber and a series of steel radiation tubes which are 
"stream lined" to reduce turbulence and frictional resistance. Due to rapid heat recovery/ only normal motor speeds are 
required to supply a sufficient volume of warm air for comfort. Durable construction assures a long life of satisfactory 
and economical operation. 

THE BURNER 

The Multi-Tubular type burner used in these units is made up of multiple burner heads each drawing its own supply of 
gas and air, and mixing the proper amount of each for maximum flame temperature and greatest fuel economy. Operates 
on natural, propane, artificial, butane or mixed gases. The C. F. and C. B. Series units are equipped with brass umbrella- 
type blue flame pilot burners and mixers, safety pilots, low pressure regulators and main line gas cocks. 

SERIES C.F. 

The propeller fan type unit is equipped with an on and off solenoid valve which controls the main burner gas supply. 
Heaters may be used for "spot" heating of certain sections of a building or they may be arranged in batteries for quickly 
supplying warmth to any size space. The Series C.F. units are ideally adapted to use where absolute quietness is not 
essential. The No. 75 and 105 have the fan direct connected to the motor but operates at low speed. The No. 155 
and 200 have the fan V belt driven to insure greater quietness in these larger sizes. 

SERIES C.B. 

This series is particularly recommended for use in offices, stores and other rooms where silent operation is highly desirable. 
Both the blower and motor are specially designed to function virtually without noise. 

The blower in the Series C.B. is a Centrifugal forward curved, multi-blade, pressure type, rigidly constructed. Oil re- 
sisting rubber mountings and quiet, self-aligning, long-life pillow blocks insulate the Rotor Shaft bearings from the housing 

The motor is built to give many years of service. It will not cause radio interference when used on lighting circuits. Lubri- 
cation of Rotor Shaft and motor is required only once a year. The burner cannot come on unless the blower is in oper- 
ation. The burner goes off when the blower stops. This additional safety feature prevents over-heating under any condition. 

The C B. unit can be furnished with a frame for attaching a duct to the outlet side for discharging air to distant points at 

higher or lower level, CONTROLS 

The Series C.F. and C.B. units can be controlled by means of a pull chain dropping direct from the heater, a push switch 
conveniently located or from a remote point or from a room thermostat which will automatically maintain the desired 
te.pera.ure ^ ^ CApAC|T|ES 



Unit 
No. 


Rat 
B.T.U. p 

Input 


ings 

>er Hour 
Output 


C.F.M. Air 
Delivery at 55° 
Temp. Rise 


Heater Dimensions Overall 

including 
Diverter and All Trimmings 


Gas 
Conn. 
Dia. 


Vent 
Conn. 
Dia. 


Min. 
Flue 
Area 
Sq. Ins. 


Approx. 

Shipping 
Weight 
Crated 


Width 


Depth 


Height 


75-CF 
105-CF 
155-CF 
200-CF 


75,000 
105,000 
155,000 
200,000 


60,000 
84,000 
124,000 
160,000 


1,000 
1,400 
2,530 
3,000 


25^ 
31 X 
32M 
32^ 


28 
30Vs 
36% 
44J/8 


51 

soy 2 

52M 


U" 
%" 
1" 
1" 


4" 
5" 
5" 
6" 


12 
20 
20 
28 


330 
430 
550 
700 


SERIES C.B. SIZES AND CAPACITIES 


75-CB 
105-CB 
155-CB 
200-CB 


75,000 
105,000 
155,000 
200,000 


60,000 
84,000 
124,000 
160,000 


1,000 
1,400 
2,550 
3,000 


25M 
31 M 
32M 
32M 


34^ 

37H 
46H 
53% 


51 

503^ 
49M 
52M 


U" 

1" 
1" 


4" 
5" 
5" 
6" 


12 

20 
20 
28 


420 
510 
735 
920 



MOTOR SPECIFICATION -STANDARD 



75-CF 
105-CF 

155-CF 
200-CF 

NOTE; 
NOTE: 



Constant Speed- 
Constant Speed- 
Constant Speed- 
Constant Speed- 
Motors for all 
It is necessary 
system. 



75-CB Constant Speed— 110 Volt— 50 Cycle— 1 /6 

" — " " —60 " —1/6 
105-CB Constant Speed— 110 Volt— 50 Cycle— 1 /6 

- _ <• - " —1/6 

155-CB Constant Speed— 110 Volt— 50 Cycle— 1/3 

" - - " " -hSO " —1/3 
200-CB Constant Speed— 1 10 Volt— 50 Cycle— 1 /2 

" — " " —60 " —1/2 



-110 Volt— 50 Cycle— 1/40 H. P. 830 R.P.M. 

" —60 " —1/40 " 1000 
-110 Volt— 50 Cycle— 1/30 H.P. 715 R.P.M. 

- " ** —50 " —1/10 " 960 " 

- » " —60 " —1/20 M 860 " 

- " M —60 " —1/6 " 1140 " 
-110 Volt— 50 Cycle— 1/4 H.P. 1425 R.P.M. 
_ - - » —1/4 " 1725 " 
-110 Volt— 50 Cycle— 1/3 H.P. 1425 R.P.M. 

- " " —60 " —1/3 " 1725 " 

currents other than Standard as indicated above can be furnished for both the C.F. and C.B. Series units, 
to increase the size of the motor to overcome the additional resistance throush ducts where the C.B. unit is connected to < 



H.P. 1425 

" 1725 
H.P. 1425 

" 1725 
H.P. 1425 

" 1725 
H.P. 1425 

" 1725 



R.P.M. 
R.P.M. 
R.P.M. 
R.P.M. 



duct 




DUCT HEATERS 

A Duct Heater is a heating element and burner in a casing assembled and moun- 
ted on a pipe stand ready for duct connections. The heating elements of the 
Series DH Duct Heaters are similar to those used in Overhead Units. The Series 
DH is available in five sizes ranging from 75,000 to 300,000 BTU input A Duct 
Heater can be installed at any point in a horizontal section of a duct with the 
blower close by or at a remote point. One blower can be used to supply any 
quantity of Duct Heaters. Where conditions are favorable the cost of the duct 
work is reduced about 20% and heat loss in transmission practically eliminated. 
No blower or controls other than as listed in standard equipment in the Price 
List are furnished with the Duct Heaters. 




S.F.5 



Printed in U. S. A. 



TYPICAL RESIDENCE FOR 
GRAVITY FURNACE INSTALLATION 



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THE FOX FURNACE COMPANY 




Diagram of Joists 



ELYRIA, OHIO 



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SINCjLE 5ASH 




9'0" Ceiling 



SUNBEAM 

WARM AIR HEATING 



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SECOND FLOOR PLAN 

8'6" Ceiling 



CONSTRUCTION 

Standard frame — siding, paper, sheathing, 
studding, lath and plaster. 

Ceiling, lath and plaster — floor above 



How to Determine Size of Furnace, Pipe, 
Fittings, Registers, According to Standard Code 



Warm-Air Pipe 

First Floor 

Divide square feet of glass by 12. 

Divide square feet of net outside wall by 60.* 

Divide square feet of ceiling area, when space 

above is not floored or heated, by 50, 

(Divide square feet of lath and plaster ceiling area, 
when space above is floored and not heated, by 90)f 

Divide cubic contents by 800. 

Add together the above and multiply by 9. 

Result is the area of basement pipe in square inches. 

Second Floor 

Divide square feet of glass by 12. 

Divide square feet of net outside wall by 60.* 

Divide square feet of ceiling area, when space 

above is not floored or heated, by 50. 

(Divide square feet of lath and plaster ceiling area, 
when space above is floored and not heated, by 90 )t 

Divide cubic contents by 800. 

Add together the above and multiply by 6. 

Result is the area of basement pipe in square inches. 

Third Floor 

Divide square feet of glass by 12. 

Divide square feet of net outside wall by 60.* 

Divide square feet of ceiling area, when space 

above is not floored or heated, by 50. 

(Divide square feet of lath and plaster ceiling area, 
when space above is floored and not heated, by 90 )t' 

Divide cubic contents by 800. 

Add together the above and multiply by 5. 

Result is the area of basement pipe in square inches. 

•Factor 60 is used for average frame construction. Consult latest 
edition of Standard Code for factors for other types of construction and 

insulation, 

1 Consult latest edition of Standard Code for factors for other types 
of ceiling construction and insulation. 



Size of Wall Stocks 

First Floor — Wall stacks should have same area as 
warm-air pipes entering them. 

Second Floor — Wall stacks should have 70% of area 
of warm-air pipes entering them. 

Third Floor — Wall stacks should have 70% of area 
of warm-air pipes entering them. 

Where one stack is used to convey heat to two rooms, 
its net area shall be determined by adding together the 
areas of the two single stacks, which would be required 
to take care of the heat losses for each room, if single 
stacks were used* 

Transition Fittings — Registers 

Fittings or boots should be equal in area to the stacks 
which they supply. Registers should have a free area 
equal to the area of the basement pipe. 

Size of Return-Air Ducts 

Area of Return-Air Ducts, throughout their entire 
length, shall never be less than the combined net area 
of all warm-air pipes leading from the furnace. This 
area may be maintained in one or more ducts. 

Horizontal, square or oblong return ducts shall have 
at least 10% greater area than vertical connecting pipes. 
Where a boot or shoe is connected to the casing at the 
base, the opening shall not extend higher than the grate 
level. The width of the shoe shall be of proper measure- 
ment to make the area at least equal to that of the round 
or square pipe to which it is connected. 

Size of Furnace 

To determine the size of furnace required for any 
building, total the areas (expressed in square inches) 
necessary for heating the building and select that size of 
furnace having a square inch rating not less than the 
sum of all the warm-air pipe areas. 



Explanatory Notes 



Note 1. In obtaining glass surface use full casement open- 
ing. An outside door is figured as glass. 

Note 2. To obtain net outside wall multiply height by width 
and deduct the glass in all windows, and outside doors. For 
all rooms with unheated spaces immediately above, full ceiling 
areas shall be taken into account. 

Note 3. For rooms having unusual exposure, ordinarily north, 
northeast and northwest, add 15% to pipe area. 

Note 4. Use no warm air pipe less than 8 inches in diameter. 
If a pipe figures greater than any standard commercial size, 
then the next larger size shall be used. 

Note 5. It is understood in using the above values for 
determining basement warm-air pipe areas, that these pipes 
should be run comparatively straight and that they should not 
be over 12 feet in length. Sharp turns and long pipes should have 
extra capacity. When warm-air pipes exceed 12 feet in length 
or have more than two 90 degree turns, the next larger com- 
mercial size pipe must be used. When increases are made, 
corresponding increases in sizes should be made in stacks, 
fittings and registers, as per Sections 4 to 8. 

Note 6, Multiply the volume of the room in cubic feet by 
the number of air changes given in Table 1 and divide the 
result by 800. 



TABLE 1 

No. of air change* 



Description per hour 

Living rooms with windows one side 1 

Living rooms with windows two sides \y 2 

Living rooms with windows three sides 2 

Sleeping rooms.. 1 

Entrance halls 2 



Note 7. (a) All first floor fittings and connections, must 
maintain a free area equal to the round basement pipe leading 
to them. 

(b) All second and third floor stacks must not be 
less than 70% of the calculated basement pipe area required. 

(c) Where two or more rooms are heated from the 
same basement pipe and stack, the area of such basement pipe 
and stack must equal the combined areas required for said 
rooms. 

Note 8. These formulae are for 70° inside temperature with 
zero temperature outside. For a temperature below zero add 
\*A% per degree to total warm air pipe area; for temperature 
above zero deduct V/%% per degree. 



Valuable Installation 



Suggestions and 

Suggestions for Placing 



1. Do not locate the furnace to accommodate the coal bin 
and disregard the rest of the installation. The first considera- 
tion is placing the furnace where it will give the best results 
as a warm-air re-circulating system. 

2. After the lower casing and boots are attached to the 
furnace, flush the base ring full of cement and sand to make 
the base air tight. 

3. See that return air boots are fitted tightly. 

4. Take the smoke pipe off that side of the furnace nearest 
the chimney to insure short direct run to chimney without turns. 

5. Cement the smoke pipe thimble to the flue. The smoke 
connection and pipe must be absolutely air tight all the way 



through and into the chimney. Smoke pipe must not extend 
inside of flue, but should be flush with outer edge of flue lining. 

6. Close up with brick and cement all other openings in 
furnace flue. 

7. If the smoke pipes from two furnaces are run to same 
chimney they must be connected at same level. Do not connect 
them at opposite sides of the chimney. It is best to use a 
special receiver and run both pipes into it at the same 
level. Be sure the chimney is of ample size to accommodate 
both furnaces. 

8. See that chimney is of proper height above roof. It must 
extend at least three feet above a flat roof or two ftet above 



Instructions for Installing 



[ Warm Air Pipes leading from Flat Top Bohhelt ] 



IPES SHOULD BE AT SAN 



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MO PlPES 5HOUL 

FROM FRO NT OF 



I LEAD 
Fur M ACE 




All Pipes should be uniformly 
spaced around bonnet 



18. When using Flat Top Round Bonnet take Warm- Air 24. 
Runs off Top of Bonnet as close to the outside edge as possible. 25. 



19. Do not take Warm-Air Runs off of 
Bonnet over front of furnace. 

20. Make Warm-Air Runs to all rooms 
as short as possible. The warm air will 
circulate more quickly in the room than in 
long pipes in the basement. 

21. Use no Warm-Air Pipes less than 
eight inches in diameter. Where the volume 
of warm air required does not conform 
with the area of any standard commercial 
size of pipe, always use a size, the area of 
which is in excess of requirements. 

22. Do not make unnecessary right 
angle turns in the Warm-Air Run between 
furnace and stackhead. 

23. Space W r arm-Air Runs equally on 
either pitch or flat bonnet. 

Place a Damper in each pipe close to furnace. 

Do not paper Warm-Air Pipe in shop. Deliver on job 



31. If one Return Air is used, always locate it directly on 
back of furnace. 

If two or more boots are used place them so that the return 
air from each boot will have its proportion of space within 
the casing for uniform circulation over the castings. Place 
a baffle between the two boots. See illustration herein. 

32. Place Return Air boots at bottom of lower casing. 
Bottom of boots to rest on top of base ring. Top of boots 
to be not higher than top of ash pit. 

33. A short direct Return-Air Duct is most effective, but 
the intake must not be placed so as to create a drafty con- 
dition in a room. Each intake should be located in such a 
manner that the air in the portion of the building which it 
serves can return to fit it freely with a minimum of effort. 
When a stairway is used for return air from second floor, an 
intake should be placed near the base of stairs and in thr 
path of the return air flow. Do not place the intake along- 
side, or in a recessed portion, of the stairway. 

34. Use space between joints, boxed down with pans, 



Instructions for Installing 

running with the joists where possible. Avoid a bottle neck 
at any point in the Return-Air System. 

Horizontal rectangular return-air ducts or joist spaces shall 
have at least 10% greater area than vertical connecting pipes. 

35. Paper all joints of Return-Air Box, Round Pipe Joints, 
Stop Ends, and around Boot where it fastens to furnace. The 
Return-Air System must be air-tight at all points. 

36. Never run Return-Air Box over top of furnace. 

37. Always caution home owner against placing Screen 
Wire in Return-Air Ducts or placing anything over Re- 
turn-Air Faces. 

38. Locate Return-Air Faces so that air can enter at both 
ends of faces as well as one side. It is considered poor practice 
to place a Return-Air Face in the corner of a room; should 
it be necessary to do so, the next size larger should be used. 

39. Use draw bands on Return-Air Pipes whenever possible. 

40. The design and dimensions of Return-Air Boots is very 



Instructions For Gravity Furnace Systems 



and Setting Up Furnaces 



the ridges of peak roofs. 

9. See that chimney is perfectly clean and smoke tight before 
connecting smoke pipe. 

10. Metal screw all joints of smoke pipe and wire them 

securely. 

11. Bolt all rings to casing, bolt bonnet to ring. 

12. Casings must fit rings and base tightly, or dust and 
dirt will be drawn in and discharged into the rooms, upstairs. 
Poor joints in return air ducts and casings cut down the 
efficiency of the return air ducts. 

13. Do not paste asbestos paper on bonnet or casing of 
furnace. If temperature of casing or bonnet gets too high it 
is an indication that the warm-air or return-air pipes, ducts 



or registers, are insufficient in size to permit free circulation 
of air within the furnace casing. 

14. Clean basement up and remove all material when job 
is completed. Nothing is so aggravating to the housewife or 
home owner as to find the furnace man's debris strewn all 
over the place. 

15. Always caution purchaser against allowing ashes to 
accumulate in ash pit. 

16. Do a first class job of papering. Very often your in- 
stallation is judged by the general appearance rather than by 
engineering excellence. 

17. Always instruct purchaser how to operate and care for 
the heating plant when installed. 



Warm -Air Runs 



in Six Foot soldered lengths not papered 
and installation will present cleaner and 
more favorable appearance when com- 
pleted. 

26. Do not put paste on paper with 
brush. Cut paper to fit pipe, dip edges 
two inches in paste and apply. The paper- 
ing cost can be reduced 50% and a much 
neater job will result. Wet elbow section 
of paper on both sides by dipping. 

27. All Warm-Air Pipes should leave 
the furnace at the same elevation. 

23. If partition where stackhead is used 
on second floor is offset from first floor 
partition, use a Crossover approximately 
50% greater in area than the stack, using 
a First Floor Baseboard Head on Cross- 
over. 

29. Where warm-air pipe connects to a stack or register 30. On old house work install exposed stacks in closets or 

head it shall transition with a well designed elbow or boot. bed rooms, when permissible. 



Warm Air Pipes leading 



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No Pipes should lead 

r ROM FRO N T OF FUHMACE 



f rom Pi t ched Top Bomn e.t 




All Pipes should be uniformly 
5 pa cco around bomnet 



Return-Air Ducts 



important. Avoid the use of Return-Air Boots that do not 
give full capacity of Return-Air Pipes. 



Boot and Baffle location) 




• or 

\RCTURN Attt 



Area of Boot Openi 

IMTO Ca»iMS MUtT NOT 
BE LC*S THAN ARC 

RcTuUfi Air, Fire 




Top o«=- Boot should not 
be higher than grate 



Bafful from Casing 
to Ashpit. Should mot 
be wisher than to*" 
of Boot 

3S% of 

a "YR eturn Air 



Locate. Baffle in Casing so that 
Return Air is equitably distributed 
Through Furnace.. Sec. N°3I. 



41. Do not permit the home owner to locate the Return- 
Air Duct Intakes. All due consideration may be given his 
preference, if there is more than one 
workable location. 

42. In planning Air Ducts remember 
that Gravity is the only motive power for 
moving the air through the system. The 
force of Gravity is perpendicular not hori- 
zontal. Friction retards or holds back. 
Avoid the movement of air, particularly 
return air through restricted passages on 
the horizontal. Partial paralysis of the 
system exists in every system ignoring 
this fundamental. 

An ideal Gravity system needs no 
mechanical means of circulating the air. 
Systems loaded down with long horizontal 
air ducts should have mechanical means of 
propelling the air. 



Warm-Air Pipe Area and Sunbeam Registers Sizes 



Dia. 


Sq. 
In. 
Area 


Sunbeam 
No. 31 


Sunbeam Baseboard Registers 


Sunbeam Wall Registers 


of 

Pipe 


Floor 
Registers 
Sizes 


No. MT. 
Register 
Sizes 


Stackhead 

Throat 
(One Reg.) 


Stackhead 

Throat 
(Two Reg.) 


No. H. M. 
Register 
Sizes 


Second 
Floor 
Stacks 


8" 


50 


8x10 


10x8-2^* 
12x8-2M* 


6H"xl0* 
63^x12* 


8^ ff xl2" 


10x8 
12x8 


3H"xl0" 


9" 


63 


9x12 


12x9-2M* 


6^"xl2 ff 




12x9 




10' 


78 


10x12 


12x10-3 %* 


7^"xl2" 


10^x12* 


12x10 




12* 


113 


12x14 


!3xll-5M" 
14x12-514" 


9J<*xl4* 


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W 


154 


14x16 























Maximum warm-air register sizes are recommended; Joist Pan sizes are based on joists spaced 
16* on center, and using two or four joist spaces depending on the register arrangements. 

Cross joist box sizes are given for short boxes; if long boxes are required 10 to 20% more, 
depending on the length, should be added to the free area of the box. 

Return Air System, Dimensions of Pipes, Registers, Ducts, Etc. 



Dia. 
of 

Pipe 


Sq. 
Inch 
Area 


Registers Sizes 


Joist Pans 


Cross 
Joist 
Boxes 


Boot 
dimen- 
sions at 
casing 


Wood 


Metal 
Sunbeam 
No. 130 


8* 


Joist Sizes 
10* 


12* 


16* 


201 


14x30 | 10x30 


30x2 


30x2 


30x2 


30x8 


18x12 


18* 


254 


18x30 or 
2-10x30 


12x30 


30x4 


30x2 


30x2 


30x10 


23x12 


20* 


314 


22x30 or 
2-12x30 


16x30 


30x5 


30x4 


30x2. 


30x12 


27x12 


22* 


380 


16x48 or 
2-14x30 


18x30 or 
2-10x30 


30x8 
60x4 


30x6^ 
60x4 


30x4^ 
60x3 


30x14 or 
60x7 


32x12 


24* 


452 


26x36 or 
2-16x30 


22x30 or 
2-12x30 


30x11 
60x6 


30x9 
60x5 


30x7 H 
60x4 


30x17 or 
60x9 


38x12 


26* 


531 


22x48 or 
2-18x30 


26x30 or 
2-14x30 


30x14 
60x7 


30x12^ 
60x7 


30x1034 
60x6 


30x19 or 
60x10 


40x13^ 


28* 


616 


26x48 or 
equivalent 


2-16x30 or 
equivalent 


60x9 


60x8 


60x7 


48x14 or 
60x12 


46x13^ 


30* 


707 


30x48 or 
equivalent 


2-18x30 or 
equivalent 


60x11 


60x10 


60x9 


48x17 or 
60x13 


53x13^ 



Capacities of Sunbeam Warm Air Furnaces 



Cast Iron, IOOO Series 


Steel, dOOO Series 


Steel, 500 Series 


No. 


Ratings in 
Square 
Inches 


Btu. Cap. 

per Hr. 
at Register 


No. 


Ratings in 
Square 
Inches 


Btu. Cap. 
per Hr. 

at Register 


No. 


Ratings in 
Square 
Inches 


Btu. Cap. 
per Hr. 
at Register 


1018 


336 


46,400 


8022 


537 


73,032 


520 


393 


53,400 


1040 


405 


55,900 


8024 


612 


83,232 


522 


461 


62,700 


1044 


492 


67,900 


8027 


804 


109,344 


524 


538 


73,200 


1048 


578 


79,800 


8030 


947 


128,792 


527 


683 


92,900 


1052 


689 


95,100 


8034 


1151 


156,536 








1056 


794 


109,600 


8034J 


1229 


167,144 








30C 


907 


125,200 















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ELYRIA, OHIO 

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SUNBEAM 

AIR CONDITIONING 

ENGINEERING SCHOOL 

f 

DISCUSSION OF MOTORS 



Extract of Talk by CENTURY Electric Company. 
Pertaining to Installation and Service of 
Electric Motors. 




Jan. 19, 1938 
INSTALLATION AND SERVICE OF CENTURY MOTORS, 
USED ON "SUNBEAM BLOWERS" 



The Century Capacitor Start Capacitor ' Run ' Motor used on 
Sunbeam Blowers is built to exacting standards of the best materials 
available. Each motor is given a complete power test as well as 
a high voltage insulation test before it is shipped. 

The following suggestions are offered as a guide to insure 
satisfactory service and long life for your motor. 

WHEN INSTALLING: 



1. Make sure the frequency and voltage of the current supply 
circuit agree with the marking on the motor nameplate. 

If in doubt consult the power company. 

2. In mounting the motor pulley do not hammer the pulley on to 
the shaft. The pulley should fit the shaft snugly but should 
not require driving on the shaft. Driving on a pulley may 
spring the shaft or damage the cushion end play washers in 
the motor. If the pulley is too tight look for burrs on 

the shaft or pulley and dress them down. 

3. Make sure the motor and blower pulleys are accurately lined 

up and that the belt runs true. Misalignment adds unnecessary 
friction load and may result in rapid wearing of the shaft 
shoulder. 

i|# The belt tension should be just enough to prevent slipping. 
Greater tension adds unnecessary load to the bearings and 
may noticeably increase the power taken by the motor. V/hen 
running, the belt should show a slight outward. bow as it 
leaves the motor pulley. 

5» Pill the motor oil wells with a good light engine oil ~ f 
about SAE 10 grade. Add the oil slowly to allow the wool 
yarn in the oil wells to absorb the oil. The proper amount to 
fill the wells is shown on the card attached to the motor. 

6. Try turning the motor armature and the blower by hand to 
make sure there is no binding or undue friction. 

1 • It is suggested that the motor be started several times and 
run a few minutes without the belt to check starting and 
direction of rotation. 

8. The single pole switch in the automatic control opens only 
one side of the motor circuit. Be sure this switch opens the 
live side of the circuit. The live side. of the circuit can 
be determined by connecting one terminal of your test lamp 
to ground and touching each side of the line with the other 
terminal of your test lamp. The test lamp lights when you 
touch the live side of the circuit. 

9« WARNING - Operating blower without filters in place and 

without ducts connected up will overload the motor. If blower 
is to be operated without filters and ducts close up about 
3/1+ of the discharge opening in the blower housing. This 
will then approximate normal load conditions. 



Page 2 



LOCATING AND CORRECTING MOTOR TROUBLE 

The following outline is intended to help you locate trouble 
and suggests the remedy. 

SHOULD THE MOTOR FAIL TO START ; 

Failure to start can only result from: 

1. No voltage at the motor terminals m 

(a) Check with a test lamp or voltmeter across the line 
at the motor terminals. Generally the trouble will 
be found in open fuses or switch and control contacts 
not closing. 

(b) If the motor is equipped with a Fuse tr on be sure the 
Fusetron is screwed down tight in the receptacle. 
Sometimes considerable pressur<Bhieeded to firmly seat 
the Fusetron. Examine the Fusetron - be sure it has 
not been blown. The Fusetron may be checked with a 
test lamp or another Fusetron tried in the receptacle. 

2. Low voltage - Check with voltmeter across motor terminals. 

The volt&ge should not be more than 5% below the name- 
plate value for the power developed by a motor decreases 
very rapidly with a decrease in voltage. 

Low voltage generally results from overloaded circuits 
or transformers. If the power supply voltage is low 
consult the power company. If due to inadequate wiring 
in the building the only remedy is a new circuit or a 
transfer of part of the load to another circuit. 

Poor contacts in switches, fuses or control may cause 
low voltage. 

5# Binding in the motor or blower - Try turning by hand to 

make sure they turn freely and that bearings are oiled. 

km Defective motor winding - Such trouble is very unlikely, 
. therefore be sure. there is voltage at motor terminals 
and that the Fusetron is not open. If certain the 
trouble is in the motor it should be replaced and 
returned to the works for correction. 

An open motor starting winding may be indicated by the 
motor humming but not starting with the current. on. 

A defective cut out switch ih the motor in which the 
contacts do not properly close the starting circuit 
will prevent the motor starting. This can be located 
by removing the inspection plate on the front end 
bracket and examining these contact points. 



Page 5 



This is frequently due to the cushion end play washers 
on . the shaft having been destroyed or broken* These can 
readily be replaced with new;parts* 1% is suggested service 
and installation men carry these in their kits* 

A shorted motor winding is indicated by lack of torque j 
humming, - excessive .power taken by motor and heating* 

A grounded motor winding is indicated in much the same 
way as a. shorted winding* Also, you may receive a shock 
on touching the motor frame* A positive check can be 
made by opening the grounded side of the line and test* 
ing with a test lamp or voltmeter from the motor frame 
to ground* 

IF THE MOTOR RUNS HOT 

Do not judge the temperature of a motor with the hand* A 

motor is not dangerously hot below about l80° F* Over 
heating results from:- 

1* Overload » check load with an ammeter or wattmeter* 
Make sure there is no binding* Be sure the bearings 
are thoroughly oiled* 

If the filters and ducts are not in place see "When 
Installing - 9 fl * 

2* Low voltage - check with voltmeter* 
(See "Motor £ails to Start") 

MOTOR BURNED OUT 

When* replacing a burned out motor make very sure the cause 

of the burn out has been removed* Fbllow the suggestions 
given under "When Jnstalling"* Also, check the load with 
an ammeter or wattmeter* 

More motor failures result from breakdown in the insulation 
of the windings than from any other cause* Most of these 
failures result from dampness absorbed by the Insulation* 

Century Motors are built to withstand reasonable moisture 
but no motor should be allowed to stand idle for long periods 
in very damp locations* Most basements in new buildings 
are very damp* Often water backs up in old basements dur- 
ing heavy rains* 

It is recommended that motors not be installed in basements 
of new' buildings until they are to be occupied and the unit 
put in service* 

Fresh concrete and plaster in a now building closed up 
tightly sweats and creates excessive dampness* 

If the motor has gotten wet or very damp it is recommended 
it be dried ' out by a competent service shop before the 
current is turned* on* 



Page k 



RADIO INTERFERENCE 

The CENTURY Capacitor Motors used on your blowers will not 
normally create radio interference except for a click when 
the circuits are closed* 

Occasionally one of the condensers in the box attached to 
the top of the motor will work against the box due to vibr- 
ation© This may create radio interference. Open up the box 
and move the condensers clear of the case « Replace the 
paper packing so the condensers cannot shift in the case. 

Occasionally, especially in cold dry weather the belt 
generates static electricity which may result in making 
the radio noisy. This is usually due to paint, dirt or 
corrosion on the motor mounting or in the frame work of the 
blower casing, making a poor ground. It may be necessary 
to run a ground wire from a water pipe or other good ground 
directly to the motor frame where it may be fastened under 
one of the bolt heads. 

A poor contact in a switch, fuse, fusetron or the control 
may create Radio Interference. 



Century Electric Company 

MANUFACTURER OF 

t MOTORS and GENERATORS t 

GENERAL OFFICE 1606 PINE STREET 



CABLE ADDRESS 
"ONEPHASE" 



SAINT LOUIS, MO. 

Jan # 1% 1958 



Sunbeam Air Conditioning Engineering School 



Gentlemen :- 

During the past fewysars the installation of house- 
hold device s,°and this includes both the fixed and movable 
devices which are usually found in the home, have increased 
to such a degree that it has become necessary for all of us 
to give a thought to rendering some kind of service to the 
owners of that equipment e 

Century Electric Company does not contemplate, at least 
in the immediate future, setting up service stations or repair 
shops of its own at any point in the United States. 

In order to facilitate the handling of complaints^ 
as well as repairs, both due to defects and of use of equip- 
ment, we have" asked our representatives in the various centers 
to give us the names of repair shops who were in position to 
provide service of a definite nature and do it in a way that 
would be satisfactory to us and to the owner of the device* 
Our men have sent in a very large number of names with the com- 
plete history of the organization behind those shops* We have 
put our stamp of approval on a number of them, sent them back 
with contracts, and today we have contracts of more than forty 
authorized service stations who are prepared to give first 
class service on Century motors *. In fact, they are prepared 
to give service on any kind of a motor - and do it promptly* 

Your men are free to call on these service shops for 
help. They will determine, from the information supplied, 
whether the transaction is one for which the owner, or someone 
besides Century Electric Company should pay* If it is something 
for which the Century Electric Company should pay, the bill 
will be rendered to us. If not, the service man will tell who- 
ever handled the transaction and will arrange to do the work 
for them if desired* 

We are attaching a list of these service stations*- 
We will endeavor to keep this list up-to-date by adding" and 
subtracting names from time to time* 



In the United States we also have twenty-six branch offic 
and three agencies with warehouse stocks of Century motors. While 
your motors are special and therefore not regularly carried in 
warehouse stocks, a standard stock motor may generally be sub- 
stituted in an emergency. But we assume you will usually secure 
spare motors from your principals and have a few available in 
your own stock for emergencies - as is customary with customers 
using special equipment. 

Our branch offices are primarily engaged in selling 
Century motors and, of course, solving those problems having to d 
with the selection and application of Century motors, While these 
offices are not service stations, they can and will service our 
motors when unusual conditions make that necessary. Century men 
are all technically trained, and practical field men so are 
prepared to solve any motor problem. 

Then, in addition to these two groups, there is still 
another large group that is available, which we designate as 
service shops who are prepared to handle repairs on Century 
motors in a satisfactory way. We have not published, or 
broadcasted that list because we have no connection with them- 
we have no contracts, but are prepared to supply that list to 
those^who are interested, so that if they should .ever want to 
call in a repair man on an independent transaction, they will 
have the name of someone on whom they can rely and from whom 
they can feel that they will receive satisfactory results. We 
have supplied this list to the Fox Furnace Company, 

This set up gives our customers facilities for service 
and help with their motor problems that would be impossible 
with any one organization. 



CENTURY ELECTRIC COMPANY 



CENTURY AUTHORIZED SERVICE STATION 



MANUAL O-505 Page M 

FEB. |5, (938 
Destroy 0-505 Page i i 
Dated dec. 27, 1937 



CONNECT ICUT - 



Bridgeport Elec. Main. Serv. Co. Inc. 
Hartford Superior Elec. Mtr. Inc. 

Stamford Palmer Elec. Mtr, Repr. 

WATERBURY ELEC. MTR. REPR. CO. 



679 BARREN ST. 
54 ELM ST. 
709 Ma i n 
127 E. MAIN ST, 



DC 

GEORGIA 
IDAHO 
ILLINOIS 
INDIANA 



washi ngton 
Atlanta 
Lew is ton 



HICAGO 

ock falls 
qrt Wayne 



Central Armature works, Inc. 
Cleveland elec. Co. 
H, B. Brownfield 

»s Q ItiSJ8IS BgtoR shop 
Wayne Electric Co. 



625-627 D. St. N. W. 
557 Marietta St. 
130 9th street 

213 IV. Breckinridge St. 



IOW A 



KANSAS 



WATERLOO ELEC. MTR. SERVICE CO. 

MASON CITY ZACK BROS. ELEC. CO. 

Sioux City Paul Electric Co. 

HUTCHINSON HILTON ELEC. CO. 

Topeka Jones Electric Co. 



31 i E. 6th ST. 
306 2ND St» S. W. 

413 Water St. 
122-26 E. Sherman 
622 Van Buren St. 



KENTUCKY 
MARYLAND 
MASSACHUSETTS 
MICHIGAN 



Paducah Harris Electric Co. 

Baltimore John r. Lange 

Cambruge Cambridge Elec. Mtr. Serv. 

Detroit Commonwealth Service salesCorp. 



32nd & Park Ave* 
250 w. Preston Ave. 
875 Main St. 
5919 Commonwealth Ave< 



MISSOURI 


Kansas City 


Spark Electri c Co. 


533 Delaware St. 


NEBRASKA 


Beatrice 


S Prague Elec. serv. 


304-6 court St. 




Omaha 


Omaha Electrical works 


I2j4 Harney St. 


NEW JERSEY 


Jersey City 


Wi ll; s Mtr. & Arm. Co. 


786 Communipaw Ave. 




New Brunswick 


E. Fraley 


28 Commercial Ave. 




Newark 


Public Electric Maintenance 


Co. Inc. 285 Springfield Avc f 



NEW YORK 



N.CAROLINA 
OHIO 



ALBUQUERQUE ELECTRIC MOTOR CO. 

Alba ny elec. Mr** sales & Serv. 

Brooklyn wendel Elec. mchy. Co. 

BUFFALO WARDELL THURSTON ELEC. CO. 

Liberty Dicks Battery & Auto 

Corona j L. I. Frank schnabel 

PquShkeepsie Ghee Brothers 

Syracuse Rogers & Hi ltcn, Inc. 

Rochester T. H, G reen Elec. Co., inc. 



Charlotte J^nes ElecJC Repr. Co. 

CINCINNATI BOSSETT-BURNS ELEC. CO. 

Cleveland Reserve Elec. Co. 

Columbus sackett Elec. Co. 

Tayton Dayton Electric Serv. Co. 



5t0 E. Central Ave. 
39 Hami ltw ST. 
191 Greenpsint Ave. 

578 MICHIGAN AVE. 
397 N. MAIN ST # 
37(5 I03RD ST. 
886 Main St. 
318-324 Pearl St. 
31-37 N. Water St. 



OKLAHOMA Tulsa J. w. Do-ge Electric Supply Co. 

OREGON Portland walker Elec Works 

PENNSYLVANIA Sharpsburg GLOBE Elec c Repr. Co. 

(p^ttsq ) Philadelphia Mueller Electric Co. 



715 E. 7TH ST. 
1709 Logan st. 
1737 E. I8TH ST. 
99 N. 4TH ST. 
24 N. Patterson Blvd. 



SOUTH DAKOTA 
TENNESSEE 

TEXAS 



Sioux falls 
knoxvi lle 
nashvi lle 
Corpus Christ! 
El Paso 
Houston 
San Antoni o 



WASHINGTON 
WISCONSIN 



Shak^ia:/ elec. Mtr # wks. 
Tenn. Arm.& elec 1 l Co., Inc. 
Tenn. Elec. Mtr. Serv. 
Bradley HTR* & Arm. Wks. 
Slalg^ifr elec. & Machine Co. 
HousiuN Arm. Wks. 
San Antonio Arm. Wks. 



2j i s. Lansing St. 
206 N. w. ioth Ave. 
40 N. Mai n ST. 
216-18 N. 11TH ST. 



Seattle 
Spokane 
Green Bay 
Mi lwaukee 



Fellstrom elec. C<*. 

NIXON-KIMMEL CO f 

Beemster Elec. Co. 
Koenjg Elec. Co. 



214 S. Main ST. 
4i6 w, Jackson st. 
408-10 Commerce St. 
1513 Le opart St. 
1409-1 i Texas St. 
230i Prairie Ave. 

451 N» FLORES 



SEC. 51 



CENTURY ELECTRIC COMPANY,, ST, LOUIS, MO. 



22n 9th Ave. 
167 S. WALL ST # 
1 27 N. Broadway 
1119 N. 4TH ST„ 




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MANUAL 



SALES OFFICES AND WAREHOUSES 



O-501, PAGE 1 

JAN. 22, 1938 

DESTROY 0-501, PAGE 1 

Dated May 28, 1937 



UNITED STATES 

CENTURY ELECTRIC CO. MAINTAINS SALES OFFICES AND WAREHOUSES IN VARIOUS CITIES IN THE UNITED STATES, WHERE COMPLETE 
INFORMATION ON CENTURY PRODUCTS IS AVAILABLE AND WHERE ADEQUATE STOCKS OF MOTORS TO MEET THE PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS 
OF THE TERRITORY ARE ALWAYS AVAILABLE. ADDRESS CENTURY ELECTRIC CO. AT THE POINT MOST CONVENIENT TO YOU. 



CITY 

ATLANTA, GA 



♦BALTIMORE, M D. . 

BOSTON, MASS 

★♦BUFFALO. N. Y. 



CHARLOTTE, N. CAR. 

CHICAGO, ILL 

CINCINNATI. OHIO. . 
CLEVELAND. OHIO... 



DALLAS, TEXAS 

DAVENPORT, IOWA . 

DENVER. COLO 

DETROIT, MICH 



HOUSTON, TEXAS 

♦INDIANAPOLIS, IND 

♦KALAMAZOO, M ICH. . . . 
KANSAS CITY, MO 

LOS ANGELES, CALIF.. 



MILWAUKEE, WIS 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 



NEW ORLEANS, LA. 
NEW YORK. N. Y. . . 



OMAHA. NEB. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
PITTSBURGH, PA... 
ROCHESTER, N. Y.. 



ST. LOUIS, MO 

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.. 

SEATTLE, WASH 

SPOKANE, WASH 



★♦YORK, PA 

* resident Sales Engineers. 



ADDRESS 

ROOM 545 HURT BLDG ., 45 EDGE WOOD AVE., S. E. 



17 GUILFORD AVE. (ADDRESS CORRESPONDENCE TO PHILADELPHIA OFFICE^. 

ROOM 532 RICE BLDG., 10 HIGH STREET 

(ADDRESS CORRESPONDENCE TO ROCHESTER OFFICE) 

1000 W. MOREHEAD ST. (ADDRESS CORRESPONDENCE TO ATLANTA OFFICE) . . 

ROOM 325 WEST TOWN SAFE DEPOSIT CO. BLDG.. 2400 W. MADISON ST 

ROOM 909 AMERICAN BLDG., PARKWAY AND WALNUT ST 

ROOM 823 HANNA BLDG., EAST 14TH ST. AND EUCLID AVE 



TELEPHONE 

WALNUT 0070 

PLAZA 8565 
LIBERTY 3470 
UNIVERSITY 4900 

3-7191 

MONROE 2600 
PARKWAY 6625 
CHERRY 5412-5413 

2-4616 
2-4436 
MAIN 1281 
CADILLAC 0260-0261 

CAPITAL 5891 

LINCOLN 5244 

7707 

VICTOR 2672 

TRINITY 8526 

MARQUETTE 1775 
GENEVA 6032 

★RAYMOND 7247-7248 
★ CORTLANDT 7-5510 

ATLANTIC 2700 

ROOM 914 OTIS BLDG., 112 S, 16TH ST ( 52£5JKiS .^^ OJ .». 

{ RITTENHOUSE 8420-8421 



ROOM 514 MERCANTILE BLDG., 810 MAIN ST 

ROOMS 911-912 KAHL BLDG., 326 W. 3RD ST . . 

1700 SIXTEENTH ST 

ROOM 1322 DIME BANK BLDG.. 719 GRISWOLD ST 

1 MAIN ST. (ADDRESS CORRESPONDENCE TO DALLAS OFFICE) 

221 W. GEORGIA ST. (ADDRESS CORRESPONDENCE TO CINCINNATI OFFICE). 

2517 OUTLOOK ST. (ADDRESS CORRESPONDENCE TO DETROIT OFFICE) 

ROOM 512 PICKWICK BLDG,, 903 MCGEE ST.. . 

ROOM 310, 1855 INDUSTRIAL ST 



126 N. JEFFERSON ST. (ADDRESS CORRESPONDENCE TO CHICAGO OFFICE). 
ROOM 501 ESSEX BLDG,, NICOLLET AT 10TH ST 



★ 811 ST. CHARLES ST. 
30 VESEY ST 



804 S. 16TH ST. (ADDRESS CORRESPONDENCE TO KANSAS CITY OFFICE). 



ROOM 513 BESSEMER BLDG., 106 SIXTH ST 

ROOM 417 TAYLOR BLDG., 328 MAIN STREET EAST 



1806 PINE ST 

41 POST OFFICE PLACE 

ROOM 621 R I ALTO BLDG., MISSION AND NEW MONTGOMERY STS.. 

1518 1ST AVE. SOUTH 

ROOM 428 HUTTON BLDG., SOUTH 9 WASH INGTONjjST 



17 S. ROCKBURN ST. (ADDRESS CORRESPONDENCE TO PHILADELPHIA OFFICE) ... 



ATLANTA 3129 

MAIN 3705 

CENTRAL 4920 
★ WASATCH 6808 
SUTTER 2070 
MAIN 3868 
MAIN 5431 

5S709 



CANADA 

CENTURY MOTORS ARE IN STOCK AT CONVENIENT POINTS IN CANADA. DELIVERED PRICES FROM THESE CANADIAN STOCK POINTS WILL 
BE QUOTED WHEN REQUESTED. ADDRESS YOUR U. S. SALES OFFICE WHICH WILL SECURE THE QUOTATION FOR YOU. 

CENTURY STOCK POINTS IN CANADA ARK: 

MONTREAL. QUE. 
TORONTO, ONT. 
VANCOUVER. B. C. 
WINNIPEG, MAN. 



OVERSEAS 

IN OVER 70 CITIES IN ALMOST EVERY COUNTRY IN THE WORLD, WHERE ELECTRIC SERVICE IS AVAILABLE. CENTURY AGENTS. WITH FULL 
STOCKS OF MOTORS AND COMPLETE INFORMATION AS TO THE NEEDS IN THEIR LOCALITIES, MAKES COMPLETE THE FACILITIES OF CENTURY 
ELECTRIC CO. TO HANDLE YOUR ELECTRIC POWER REQUIREMENTS. THE EXPORT DEPARTMENT OF CENTURY ELECTRIC CO. AT ST. LOUIS WILL 
GLADLY COOPERATE WITH YOU IN YOUR EXPORT REQUIREMENTS. 



★CHANGES SINCE LAST ISSUE 

SEC. 51, AR. CS, CE, P, EX, GD, LM, REP, SMG, TP, T. 

CENTURY ELECTRIC CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. 

PRINTED in u. s. a. 




Page 9 
Jan. 19, 1938 

SCHEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAM 
TCPE CPX CAPACITOR START - CAPACITOR RUN 





LOU VOLTAGE TAP FOR RUN 

CENTURY ELECTRIC COMPANY 
St. Louis, Mo. 





MECHANICAL DETAILS OF CAPACITOR MOTOR 

(condensers not shown) 



CENTURY ELECTRIC COMPANY 

SAINT LOUIS, MO.